Earl Horlyk from the Sioux City Journal recently published an article about the duo art exhibition that features my paintings alongside the work of D. Helene Woods. The article is called, "New Morningside University art show takes offbeat look at feminism," and Horlyk wrote about the No Rest for the Women painting exhibition.
Photo of Klaire Lockheart at No Rest for the Women taken by Tim Hynds for the Sioux City Journal
I recently released the call for Blow Off Steam, which is a virtual art exhibition that will be hosted by the Vermillion Area Arts Council. I will jury this steampunk and pirate themed art show. Entry is completely free, and submissions will be accepted September 19-25, 2021. Please visit the "Art Calls" section of my website for submission details.
Save the day for Friday, September 17th! I'll be at the Eppley Art Gallery from 3:00-5:00 pm for the closing reception of No Rest for the Women. This duo art exhibition features my artwork alongside paintings by D. Helene Woods. Eppley Art Gallery in on the campus at Morningside University, and it's open on weekdays.
I hope you enjoy the conclusion to the History of Modern Art with Klaire podcast! The last episode is called, "Postmodernism: Let’s Make the Art World a Better Place." I cover the transition from Modern Art to Postmodern Art and into the current art world. Thank you for listening!
Don't miss the new episode of the History of Modern Art with Klaire Podcast! Listen to "Pop Art: Polkadots, Appropriation, and Kitsch" to learn about Yayoi Kusama, Andy Warhol, and other artists who were popular in the 1960s.
Abstract Expressionism is the latest installment of the History of Modern Art with Klaire podcast. This episode is called "Abstract Expressionism: Modern Art Galleries are Full of Farts," and it's perfect for people who have a difficult time understanding this movement of Modernism.
My artwork was included in an article for Ms. Magazine! The article "'Her Flag' Celebrates the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment" includes an interview with Marilyn Artus, who conceived, organized, and assembled Her Flag.
The most recent art movement I cover on the History of Modern Art with Klaire podcast is Surrealism. Please check out the "Surrealism: Forget Dalí, Make Room for Magritte and Kahlo" episode.
I donated a work of art to the Arts Night fundraiser at the Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls, SD, and it was part of the Catalyst exhibition. This canvas is a detail of the print I created for my Miss Art World South Dakota coronation gown. The auction is June 17, 2021.
Klaire A. Lockheart, Spinosaurs with Canvas I. 2021. Ink on Canvas. 6x10".