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  • Serge Lecomte


I would describe my paintings as eclectic because I am always learning and experimenting with shapes and colors depending on the mood (sometimes contradictory) or the theme I might be working on. The images are a blend of the natural world and imaginary creatures.


"Conversation between two pregnant women"

Words cannot explain my work. People will see what they wish to see and create their own stories. The titles of my works my guide but still, a lot remains unsaid. Nature has always been my inspiration, but I wanted to recreate it with hybrids so that the viewer might see it anew.

"Survival of the Fittest"

"Octopus of desires"

"Go in Peace"


Serge Lecomte was born in Belgium. He emigrated to Brooklyn in 1960. After graduating high school, he became a medic in the Air Force. He earned a Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University in Russian Literature, worked as a Green Beret language instructor and received a B.A. in Spanish Literature from the University of Alaska where he taught from 1978-1997. He built houses, worked as a pipe-fitter, orderly, landscaper, driller, bartender. He is also a published poet, novelist, playwright and artist.

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