It’s my passion for art, my love for Africa and my interest in History that led me to become a painter and to recreate the images of ancestral Africa. Through my pictural work I want to preserve the traditions, the habits, the typical characters of this continent and thus, preserve a cultural heritage for future generations. I perpetuate a long human tradition that is several millennia old.
The pictorial art being one of the oldest means of communication to preserve the memory of a knowledge. A duty, the transmission of a history and cultures to future generations.
Pascal Mpeck – Artist painter
Prior to colonization, they were important personalities such as King’s advisors, 2002
Queen who led a tribe located in which we consider today the country of Ghana, 2005
Fali of Bossoum by the Kirdi living in the mountains of northern Cameroon, 2006
Preparation for the ascent of the King to the throne it was a long spiritual ceremony, 2006
King of the Batéké signed a treaty of protectorate ratified by the French government, 2006
Population of farmers and semi-nomadic warriors of East Africa, 2005
European settlers near African coasts, 2005
They were the most ferocious warriors of the Tutsi Kingdom, 2003
Caribbean farmers during labor, 2002
Voodoo is a traditional spirituality developed by the Fon of Benin, 2004
King dressed in a royal habit called « Labot Latwool », 2005
Women walking at the foot of the mountain, 2003
They will later become the mothers of a new people in a new world: The Africans-Americans, 2008