The theme is recurring: Pascal keeps exploring the relations between nature and mankind. This visual poetry is highlighted by the art of pure photography in his digital art. At the start of every project, a true screenplay is established and the actual process is also very much alive since every image lives on for a few seconds, transcending our souls with poetry, with a visual orgasm. Beauty always burrows through within the confines of these unusual voyages of matter, diluted.
"Bouquet Liquide" is the first series to be created, highlighting his love for Caravaggio's portraits and the sweet caress of strange surrealism. The back and forth between photography and computer art keeps getting stranger.
Then comes the gorgeous capturing of transitory tableaux with several versions of "Déliquescence Poetry", an oneiric study on symbolism and still life.
And his portrait series again harken back to his love of clair-obscur, while adding the allegory of the solid flowers that start to liquefy because of the act of posing, which used to be a highly time-consuming endeavor).