The South Dakota Art Museum recently posted a video of my presentation "Miss Art World South Dakota." I spoke about my experience as Miss Art World South Dakota, the portraits I paint, plus I shared my Brodalisques!
Start off your morning with a cup of caffeine in a mug with my Brolympia painting printed on it! You can buy one for yourself or a friend through my gift shop. The best part is that these cups are dishwasher safe.
My brodalisque paintings are featured on Booooooom! You can see more photos are read about my artwork on their website in an article called "'Brodalisques' by Artist Klaire Lockheart."
If you're in the Sioux Falls area, check out the Herding Cats Deux exhibition at Third Eye Gallery in Vishnu Bunny! I will have a few small works of art on display in this group exhibition. The opening reception coincides with First Friday, November 5th, from 7:00-10:00 pm. The address is 202 S Phillips Ave, Sioux Falls, SD. Other artists include: Kelsey Bageant, Cassondra Holland, Ke Johnson, Alex Lunstra, Eihilen Rich, Amber Sorter and Jennifer White.
In case you missed it, Amidst Magazine published a story about my called “Pageant with a Purpose: Miss Art World.” You can read it on their website, but to read the entire article you will need a subscription.
The Brookings Register published an article about my upcoming presentation for the South Dakota Art Museum Guild. It's called "Miss Art World S.D. to Present to Guild."
I'm going to present "Miss Art World South Dakota" for the South Dakota Art Museum Guild Program on Tuesday, October 26th. You can attend in person in Brookings, SD or you can watch virtually on Zoom.
One of my Klaire Skull canvases was accepted by the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts in Omaha, NE. My artwork will be part of their Benefit exhibition, which opens October 15th, 2021. The Benefit Art Auction will be October 29th, but you can see my art online and purchase it before the event.
Art Skulls by Klaire A. Lockheart
On Friday, October 8th, I will present at the South Dakota Art Education Association (SDAEA) and the South Dakota College Art Association (SDCAA) conferences. My workshop is called "Podcasting Pedagogy for Art Curriculum," and I will share how to art educators can include podcast creation into their curriculum. I will also discuss how I developed my art history podcast, History of Modern Art with Klaire. My intent is to inspire participant to create their own programs or podcast assignments.
Brendan Todt, who runs Art Hub Siouxland, wrote a review of my artwork when it was on display for the No Rest for the Women exhibition in Sioux City, IA. You can read "No Rest for Hallie: A Look at Klaire Lockheart’s Paintings in Eppley Gallery" on Art Hub Siouxland website.