Activities

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2020 – March 19 – Pascal celebrates with joy her 106th Birthday with family.

2016 – May – Dunbar, PA where Pascal discovered the glass that she carved with hammer and chisel had the Grand Opening and dedication of the Pascal Annex Art Gallery at the Dunbar Historical Society. This was a major endeavor of construction by the Dunbar Historical Society and has become the new home of “Seated Torso,” the tour de force of Pascal’s life. This 2 ½ ton, 7 foot tall original glass sculpture by Pascal was first purchased by John Kluge for his Carriage House in Charlottesville, VA in 1994. After Kluge’s death, it was acquired by Donald Trump and in 2013 his family donated it to the Dunbar Historical Society. The artistic legacy of Pascal will now be preserved to inspire and enrich future generations.

2014 – In March, Pascal celebrated her 100th birthday at a family luncheon.

2012 – Selected works by Pascal will be on view in the Alice and John Tyler Gallery at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. from December 19 to February 10, 2013. These examples are from the Corcoran’s permanent Collection.

2009 – Pascal’s work will be on exhibit in the Alice and John Tyler Gallery at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. from April 1 through May 24. These examples are from the Corcoran’s permanent Collection.

2007 – 2008 – The latest exhibition of Pascal’s work opened December 12 and will run through March 3, 2008 in the Alice and John Tyler Gallery at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. The theme this year is Portraiture.

2006 – Pascal’s work is on exhibit in the Tyler Gallery at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. from mid-November to mid-January 2007.

2005 – Three -dimensional “portraits” by Pascal were on view in the Tyler Gallery at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. from November 2 to mid -January 2006. The focus this year was images of women.

2004 – A luncheon was given at the Jonathan Beach Club to celebrate Pascal’s 90th year. Sharing in this special day were family, collectors and special friends.

1999 – Pascal: Reflections in Glass, a documentary on the extraordinary life and artistic achievements of Pascal, premieres at The Museum of Television & Radio in Beverly Hills. A celebration on the completion of the documentary and the 85th birthday of the artist continues at a private dinner following the premiere.

1998 – Friends of Sheba Women’s Group tour Pascal’s home and studio. Founded in 1987, FSWG is dedicated to funding various projects and programs for the Department of Pediatric Medicine at Chaim Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer, Israel’s largest and most sophisticated medical center, which helps people of all religious and ethnic backgrounds.

1997 – UCLA presents Pascal with the prestigious ICON Award for Lifetime Achievement. A black tie gala was held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel with Art Linkletter as Master of Ceremonies. Friends and collectors joined in the celebration.

1996– Pascal was the only artist invited to participate in ARCS (Achievement Rewards for College Scientists) Benefit Gala. A percentage of all sales of her serigraphs, and limited edition art-to-wear jeweled miniature crystal sculptures went to benefit ARCS. ARCS was founded in 1958, and since then has raised more than $20 million to finance more than 6,200 scholarships at over 60 colleges for ARCS scholars in nearly every scientific discipline. A dinner honoring the underwriters and celebrating the success of the Gala was held at Pascal’s home and studio.

Pascal celebrated her 82nd birthday at a surprise party hosted by longtime friends and collectors, Diane and Guilford Glaser. The guest list included: John Kluge, Dear Abby, Frank Sinatra, Mrs. Henry Mancini, and Rhonda Fleming with her husband Ted Mann. The 75 guests enjoyed a champagne reception followed by a gourmet dinner, after which toasts were made to the birthday girl that lasted far into the night!

1995 – A collection of over 100 Pascal works of art, including original oil paintings, original glass and stainless steel sculptures, and limited edition art-to -wear miniature jeweled crystal sculptures, was accepted by the prestigious museum – The Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. The Alice and John Tyler Gallery, the permanent home for Pascal’s collection, was dedicated in September.

The renowned House Ear Institute honored Pascal at their Annual Benefit Gala in Los Angeles. The Institute is one of the premier institutions in the world devoted to hearing and balance research, treatment and education. Images from Pascal’s limited edition Collection decorate the walls of this acclaimed Institute, and a magnificent Pascal stainless steel sculpture of Dr. Howard House greets visitors at the front entrance.

Pascal’s serigraph, “Mid-Day in Grasse”, appears on the cover of best-selling novelist, Barbara Taylor Bradford’s new novel Dangerous to Know.

1994 – At the Deauville Film Festival Barbara Taylor Bradford, best-selling novelist, was presented with a magnificent award of a Pascal limited edition art-to -wear sculpture, entitled “Queen of Cats”, in honor of her Body of Literature.

SPECIAL NOTE

1985 – 1988 – The Television Hall of Fame award was a Pascal stainless steel sculpture. Recipients of the Pascal sculpture include: Lucille Ball, Milton Berle, Norman Lear, Edward R. Murrow and David Brinkley.

1990 – For Frank Sinatra’s 75th birthday party Pascal created stainless steel sculptures titled Blue Eyes (a young Sinatra at the microphone) which were given to each couple at the party at the Waldorf in New York. Only 300 were made.

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