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Pittsburgh Tribune Review
Lou Pasqua aspired to be to be a wildlife artist from the age of six. After an education in graphic design and over twenty years working in graphic arts, he changed his focus and returned to his original goal. Through research and experimentation with various painting techniques, he developed an impressionistic style that conveyed realism. He applied this method and his natural talent to his favorite pastime, the outdoors. Lou’s paintings were quickly accepted by major galleries and well respected art critics.
His work has appeared on dozens of magazine covers - Gray's Sporting Journal, Upland Almanac, Pointing Dog Journal, Texas Outdoors Journal, Retriever Journal, Field Trial Magazine, Canine Images, The Ruffed Grouse Society Magazine and Quail Unlimited. Images have also appeared in Wildlife Art, Sporting Classics, Augusta Magazine and The Washingtonian.
Lou's story has been featured in Gray's Sporting Journal, Field Trial Magazine, Pittsburgh Tribune Review and Covey Rise Magazine.
Lou has exhibited his work at the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE) in Charleston, SC; the Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival in Thomasville, GA; the Waterfowl Festival in Easton, MD; History Meets the Arts in Gettysburg, PA; and Collectors Covey in Dallas, TX. He has also participated in miniature shows at Settlers West in Phoenix, AZ and Trailside Galleries in Jackson, WY. Lou was the 2019 Featured Artist at the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE) and the 2012 Featured Artist at the Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival.