The Plain Talk published "Artwork By Vermillion Family On Display At Washington Pavilion" by Rivas Sharples. I'm happy to receive positive press about the 75% Packard 25% Lockheart exhibition at the Washington Pavilion. This exhibition includes artwork by Aaron C. Packard, Ahna Packard, Phyllis W. Packard, and me.
Brodalisca by Klaire A. Lockheart
75% Packard 25% Lockheart is on display at the Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. This contemporary art exhibition is on display now through May 30, 2021. If you are unable to attend the exhibition in person, Aaron C. Packard created an awesome 360° virtual tour. You can explore the gallery by clicking on the circles on the floor. You can see the details and titles of the paintings, photographs, and tapestries by clicking on the work on the walls. If you are using a mobile device, rotate it horizontally.
Aaron Packard, Phyllis Packard, Ahna Packard & Klaire Lockheart: 75% Packard 25% Lockheart
The Ramsey County Historical Society is hosting a panel discussion about the art and history of the Persistence Exhibition. This digital event will occur on February 18, 2021 at 7:00 pm. Historian Dr. Bobbie Scott will be joined by artists Hannah Boehme, Daniel Brevick, Stephanie Kiihn, Anika Schneider, Lesley Walton, Sadie Ward, Hilary Woods, and me. You can register for the event on the RCHS website.
Theresa Peyton by Klaire A. Lockheart
Aaron and I introduce the concept of Existential Crisis Tuesday on the Klaire & Aaron Show. Aaron and I explain why we developed Existential Crisis Tuesday, how this coping mechanism works for artists and thoughtful people, and how it can help keep the existential dread at bay.
My brodalisque paintings are part of the 75% Packard 25% Lockheart exhibition, which is currently at the Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. This is a family art show, and I am pleased to display my artwork along with photographer Aaron C. Packard, fiber artist Phyllis W. Packard, and designer Ahna Packard. 75% Packard 25% Lockheart was curated by Cody Henrichs, and it is on display in the Washington Pavilion's Jerstad Gallery until May 30, 2021. The Washington Pavilion charges an admission fee to access the Visual Arts Center, but admission is free for members.
Aaron Packard and I kick off the 2021 season of the Klaire & Aaron Show by talking about our exhibition at the Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls, SD. Not only do Aaron and I have artwork on display in the Jerstad Gallery, but Aaron's mother and sister are part of this exhibition as well. The show is called 75% Packard 25% Lockheart, and it will be on display until May, 2021.
I recently released the call for the Packard Group National Exhibition for 2021, and I am looking forward to curating the artwork on my website and creating the drive-in movie art reception. I will begin accepting submissions on February 15th, but the deadline is March 15th. Visit the "Art Calls" section on my website for details and how to submit your work to this national art for free.
I am extremely excited to announce that I am a recipient of a grant from the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation! This prestigious honor will help me create new brodalisque paintings in the upcoming year.
Brodalisque with Black Trousers is part of the Open Door XVI exhibition at Rosalux Gallery in Minneapolis, MN. Artist Russ White juried the exhibition, and my oil on canvas painting is one of 36 selected works of art. The entire exhibition is online at the Rosalux website, and there is a book.
Aaron Packard and I discuss the importance of failure as a step in the learning process on the Klaire and Aaron Show. We also confirm that art is hard, but it's okay.