Gerard Peter Pas is an internationally acclaimed visual artist, photographer, object
maker, painter, sculptor, performance and video artist. Gerard's art has
been exhibited in many of the world's most interesting Contemporary, National
or Public Museums and Galleries. His art has been discussed in many leading
newspapers and art periodicals worldwide, and his work has been broadcast
on all forms of electronic media -- film, television, video documentaries,
radio -- and now, the World Wide Web. Born in the Netherlands, he has
lived in Amsterdam, New York City, he now lives and works in London, Canada.
www.GerardPas.com is your vehicle to view
the art and access the latest information about Gerard Pas, his friends,
and interests. Through various media, we hope to provide you with an exciting
site and sound experience. Among these pages
you'll find a virtual gallery featuring Gerard's work, Flash movies, and
other special web based projects. There's original music by Gerard's friends
in New York and around the world. Poets will read audio samples of their
works, and we will regularly invite guest artists to develop interesting
pages and interactive projects, just to make sure things stay exciting.
Yes, then there's always the important data about the artist, upcoming
exhibitions, special events, career info, copyrights and where you can
purchase work. Although this is not a commercial site, if you have an
interest you can even buy much of the art seen here: just E-mail us at
The seven images below each represent a different aspect of this site --
click on any one of them and see where it takes you. "Galleries",
for example, features an extensive selection of images of Pas' artwork
over the last four decades. "Photos" convey Gerard's recent work and a myriad of photographic images -- photography of the human figure, nature, birds and many more. "News" keeps you up to date on
what's happening with Gerard -- his future exhibition's and other important
events. "The Library" contains articles and bibliographical
data on Gerard. "The Cafe" takes you to our dynamic media, links
and guest artists' section. "Contacts" is where you can leave
mail, access Gerard's communications centre or learn how to reach us.
Finally, "Projects" is where you can keep up to date with Gerard's
current art works, other diverse interests and his plans for future works.
If you have any questions relating to Gerard's work, exhibitions or any other concern please send us an E-mail and we will respond.