|Message from Marc Gagnon Photographic Artist
Marc Gagnon, Photographic Artist is part of Marc Gagnon Inc., has been into photography since 1981. He started into photography through the influence of Amanda Dobbs from England. Amanda is a Water Colorist. Marc began photographing travel photos and eventually extended his concentration to portraits, weddings, stock photography, school photography, and then to modeling and fashion photography. Gagnon has a blog which gives credit to six models who introduced him to the great fashion photographers. Through these mentors, Gagnon developed his skill to photographic art. Gagnon has a support of an Art Patron from New England. Through his patron's company, some of his employees act as agents for Marc Gagnon. The patron has also created a company which finances the art projects of Marc Gagnon. The company is called BCGM Advisory Partners LLC. Marc Gagnon Inc. does commissioned artwork for organizations, not for profit groups, and for high end net worth individuals. Marc Gagnon Inc. also sells art collection works to high end net worth individuals. Marc Gagnon Inc. has also sold artwork in the form of merchandise (i.e. coffee mugs, mouse pads, postcards, t shirts, sweat shirts, baseball caps, etc.) and specifically to date in the tourism market. Gagnon has a number of pieces on such places as New England, cities, states form Maine to Florida as well as a few other areas west and areas outside the country. Marc Gagnon is originally from NH and spends a great amount of time there and in Florida, particularly Delray Beach.
Here is a listing of the organization:
Marc Gagnon Inc. – NY (212) 465-3276
Marc Gagnon Inc. – NH (603) 821-4780
Marc Gagnon Inc. – MA (617) 301-8343
Marc Gagnon Inc. – Chicago (312) 924-1882
Marc Gagnon Inc. – Atlanta (770) 492-2930
Marc Gagnon Inc. – Charleston (843) 277-6331
Marc Gagnon Inc. – San Francisco (415) 267-1821
Marc Gagnon Inc. – Ft Lauderdale (954) 537-3711
Marc Gagnon Inc. – Miami (305) 460-2231
Marc Gagnon Inc. - Fitchburg (508) 283-8083
BCGM Advisory Partners – (508) 283-8083
Corporate Headquarters: 131 Daniel Webster Hwy, #246, Nashua, NH 03060
Marketing Division: 244 Fifth Avenue, #1950, NY, NY 10001
Marketing Central: 332 S. Michigan Ave., Ste 1032, #G613, Chicago, IL 60604
Marketing Central: 28 E. Jackson Bldg, Ste 1020, #G613, Chicago, IL 60604
Marketing South: 1844 N. Nob Hill Road, #226, Plantation, FL 33322
Main E-Mail Contact Information:
Teresa Sullivan, Treasurer email@example.com
Marie Cartier, Administrator in Fitchburg firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom OShaughnessy, VP email@example.com
AJ Petranto, Agent firstname.lastname@example.org
Angela Sabatini, Agent email@example.com
Brian Nickerson, Agent firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian Shires, Agent email@example.com
Michael Resnik, EVP firstname.lastname@example.org
Martha Newman, Agent email@example.com
William Olsen, Agent firstname.lastname@example.org
Miguel Figueroa, Agent Mickey.email@example.com
Tom McAffee, Merchandising firstname.lastname@example.org
Ellen Rogers, Merchandising email@example.com
Fred Birchenough, Merchandise QC firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Reynolds, Agent, email@example.com
Lori Bellevance, Administrative Officer firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenn Whitney, Administration email@example.com
Scott Kingsley, Agent firstname.lastname@example.org
Jerry Durante, Agent email@example.com
Marie Beauchamps, Agent firstname.lastname@example.org
David Greene, Agent email@example.com
BCGM Advisory Partners
Joseph Silva CEO of BCGM firstname.lastname@example.org
Edward Mangini, CFO at BCGM email@example.com
Lesley Pofscher, Admin Officer firstname.lastname@example.org
Don McIntosh, SVP – Chief Credit Officer email@example.com
Denise Michaud, Manager of Credit Admin firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob Calamari, SVP Equity Lender email@example.com
John Blaylock, Funding Officer firstname.lastname@example.org
Marc Gagnon, President of Marc Gagnon Inc. email@example.com
VISION STATEMENT of Photographic Artist Marc Gagnon
Inspiration leading to Gagnon’s Artistic Development-
Marc Gagnon attributes much of his development of his artistic skills through the influence of great artists Oscar Claude Monet (1840-1926 from France), Leonard da Vinci (1452-1519 from Italy), Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijin (1606-1669 from the Netherlands), Pierre Auguste Renoir (1841-1919 from France), Hilaire Germain Edgar Degas (1834-1917 from France), John Singer Sargent (1856-1925 from Italy) and Guy Harvey (Contemporary from Florida). Gagnon was inspired by Monet’s use of water in his artwork; the diversity of subjects and depth of meanings in the artwork of da Vinci; the spiritual meanings conveyed in Rembrandt’s work; Renoir’s emphasis of social behavior of humanity; inspired by Degas’ images of movement and grace of people; the mastery of Singer’s work of the fashionable society; and the environmental and wildlife scenes depicted in Guy Harvey’s work.
Inspiration leading to Gagnon’s development in instilling Social Change-
Marc Gagnon attributes his need to instill social change first in a speech given at the University of Massachusetts by Dr. William Cosby, Ed.D. This speech was the catalyst that lead Gagnon to research the great men of the Civil Rights Era that changed the norms of America resulting in the country to live to its philosophy of the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution. Gagnon has been deeply affected by the philosophies as well as the convictions of such men as Dr. Martin Luther King, President John F. Kennedy, Senator Robert F. Kennedy, and President Lyndon Baines Johnson. Furthermore, Gagnon has been influenced by the humanitarian pursuits of President Jimmy Carter.
Globally, Gagnon has also been influenced by the brave conviction of instilling social change by Mahatma Gandhi of India, as well as President Nelson Mandela of South Africa.
Immediate Vision of Gagnon-
Marc Gagnon has currently 3 pieces of artwork accessioned into the King Center, Kennedy Space Center, and the Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library. Gagnon plans on creating a collage incorporating all pieces of art as well as the documentation letters, and will be sent to the National Civil Rights Museum in Tennessee. Additionally, Gagnon is envisioning the creation of a series of artwork depicting the cultures of the world. At some later point in time, he plans of creating a piece that encompasses people of different cultures with the American Flag in front of a modern sculpture symbolizing the world. This piece will serve to represent America’s melting pot.
Marc Gagnon has begun working with Artists Against Racism out of Toronto, Canada. These photo projects will bring together people of the music industry in a stand against racism. Additionally, Gagnon is looking to work with Artists for Peace Association in Berlin, Germany. Gagnon is also looking to accessioned additional pieces of artwork in such museums as The Gandhi Museum in India, The Gandhi Foundation in Great Britain, the Peace Museum in Wolfsegg, Austria, and the Human Rights Museum in Berlin, Germany. Gagnon is also looking to gain a private collection from Adolfo Perez Esquivel (Nobel Peace Laureate) in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Long term Vision of Gagnon-
Marc Gagnon’s long term goal is to create an International Multi-Ethnic Cultural Center, not only representing his own work but also artwork of many artists of varied cultures from all over the world. Gagnon believes that Art will influence the Hearts of many cultures to come together. His vision is to build this Center in the City of St. Augustine, Florida, America’s oldest city. Gagnon will be looking to involve many industrial leaders, cultural leaders, educational leaders, and people in the artistic community on the Board of Trustees of this future cultural center. The list of these people is quite impressive. Gagnon believes this is important to deliver these ideals.
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