I just published another episode of the History of Modern Art with Klaire, and it's all about colorful avant-garde paintings created over 100 years ago in Paris. This podcast episode is called "Fauvism: Where the Wild Beasts Are."
I'm pleased to announce that my Suffragist Sue Flag artwork will become part of the South Dakota permanent art collection! I invented Suffragist Sue to honor the strength and tenacity of women from South Dakota, and then I printed on fabric to reference traditional women’s fiber work.
Klaire A. Lockheart, Suffragist Sue Flag. Ink on Fabric on Canvas. 24x36”. 2020.
I'm happy to share about the concept of Modernism in latest episode of the History of Modern Art with Klaire. This episode is called "Modernism: Modern Art, Now with Women," and I include a very brief review of the previous art movements I already covered plus a short preview of future topics. I hope you subscribe and rate my podcast!
Her Flag is going to be on display in Washington, D. C. very soon! You can read about the details in "'Her Flag' Outdoor Installation at National Museum of Women in the Arts Celebrates Right to Vote," an article just published by Artfix Daily. If you look closely, you can see the stripe I made for South Dakota.
The newest episode of the History of Modern Art with Klaire podcast is called "Postimpressionism: I Can’t Pronounce “van Gogh” but I Know Why He’s Famous." You can listen to my podcast on my website, but it is also available on Anchor, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Pocket Casts, Radio Public, Breaker, or YouTube.
I'm pleased to share the next episode of the History of Modern Art with Klaire podcast! This episode is titled "Orientalism: Cultural Appropriation, Odalisques, and Ingres’s Flatulent Hand." I hope you subscribe to my series so you can catch the next episode.
I released the first episode of the History of Modern Art with Klaire podcast! I plan to create a new episode every week that focuses on a different art movement, moving forward in chronological order. This first episode is called "Impressionism: When Sunsets and Floppy Babies Scandalized Paris." You can find my podcast on my website, but you can subscribe on Anchor, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Pocket Casts, Radio Public, or YouTube.
I'm looking forward to releasing the first episode of the History of Modern Art with Klaire podcast soon! If you'd like to support this series on Ko-Fi, I would greatly appreciate your donation. I began this project when I developed my curriculum for Art 305: Modern Art History, and a $3 contribution is certainly a lot cheaper than tuition and textbooks!
Did you see that I started a new podcast? It's called the History of Modern Art with Klaire. I just released the trailer, and I would love it if you listened and subscribed.
Miles Amende from the Volante interviewed Aaron Packard and me for an article called, "Packard Exhibition held as drive-in event." The Packard Group National Exhibition 2021 featured 133 artists from across the country, and I am pleased that they're getting recognition for their work.