Serge Lecomte

Dressed to Kill

Acrylic painting by Serge Lecomte, titled “Dressed to Kill” A green, blue, yellow flower with orange-striped bloom with a red background, a strong color palette and textures enhancing the image.

Body versus Soul but Then There Is
The other Side of the Mountain

Brown, blue, orange, and green mountain and landscape in its great splendor with one blue-striped vessel at the center of the image. Foregrounded by blue, purple, orange, and red bug animals turning into black, yellow, purple, blue, and red wind and stringed instruments along with tables in blue, yellow, purple, and red.

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 PhD from Vanderbilt University in Russian literature, worked as a Green Beret language instructor, and received a BA in Spanish literature from the University of Alaska, where he taught from 1978 to 1997. He has built houses and worked as a pipe-fitter, orderly, landscaper, driller, and bartender.