Permanent Public Art:
• “Addison” (in progress)
   Bosque Park, Addison Texas

• "Sunny Side Up" (in progress)
   City of Dallas Public Art, South Lamar, Dallas Texas
 
• Butterfly on the Grass" 2017
  Highland Springs retirement home, Frankford Rd, Dallas Texas

• "Swallowtail Butterfly" 2017
   Texas Discovery Gardens, Dallas Tx

• "Indian Summer” 2016
   HomeTown, North Richland Hills, Texas

• "Water Lace” 2015
  HomeTown, North Richland Hills, Texas

• "Fronds"  2012
   Tribune Apartments, Raleigh North Carolina


Collaborative work:
Spark!  2014 to present at SouthSide on Lamar, Dallas Texas
• Lions Head door knocker swing
• Butterfly entry doors
• Stranded boat
• Dragon head for a slide entrance
• Dragon nest with dragon eggs
• Mermaid
• Lighthouse near stranded boat
• Dragon wings for photo ops for on stage


Public Art juried exhibitions:
• Coppell Art Splash at Andy Brown Park in Coppell Texas, May 2018

• Old Town Keller West, Keller Texas, Aug 2017-(Best of show), 2018

• Entertainment District Sculpture Trail, Arlington Texas, Dec 2015

• Art Trail, Palestine Texas, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017

• Leon County Sculpture Trail, Jewett Texas 2017-(Best of Show)

• Art on Main, Marble Falls Texas 2013, 2014

• Art on Henderson, Dallas Texas 2013-(Second place), 2014, 2015, 2017

• Friends of Lottie Sculpture Show, Texas State Fair Sept 2010-2016


Proposal - Selected for short list:
Warren Sport Complex, Frisco Texas, Aug 2010


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Pascale Mancon Pryor

In 2007 I had a lousy sales job and I knew I'd rather be a bad artist than a successful sales person any day so in 2007 I left a meaningless sales job to become full time artist. I haven't regretted yet and I'm having so much fun! I'm attracted to ageless organic shapes and natural rhythm. Sometimes a chapter or a phrase in a book inspires me. Sometimes I dream it or daydream it. Sometimes it's a feeling I'm trying to express and sometimes, from a fun conversation with love ones comes out "wouldn't it be fun to build X,Y,Z " followed by "Why not?" I feel best when I am creating art, more alive. It keeps me from going insane. It gives me a sense of purpose. It's my way of contributing to a better world. I love walking around and touching something that before was just a thought. I prefer working on larger pieces as I like to be able to walk around a piece and see how it occupies a space, but there is great intimacy in creating smaller works. Mostly, I am having fun everyday making art.


Education:
El Centro Bill J Priest, Dallas Texas, 2016-Present
Art Welding

Kettrell Riffkind Art Glass, Dallas Texas - 2014, 2015
Dalle de Verre, stained glass
                                             
Mountain View Community College, Dallas Texas 2001-2011
Welding

Northlake Community College, Dallas Texas, 1992-1996
Ceramics/Design

Brookhaven Community College, Dallas Texas 1987-1990
Drawing/Painting