Events in Yankton

Exhibit: Because

Susan Heggestad is a Vermillion, South Dakota-based artist working in prints, paper and mixed-media sculpture. They have spent their career balancing studio work with being a teaching artist and advocate, working in such diverse environments as K-12 schools, care centers, healthcare, and other public venues.

As an artist, I am drawn to printmaking and papermaking, traditionally feminine handicrafts, and installation. The connection, for me, is a keen interest in our gendered experience of the world. Hands and the human form make up the imagery that appears again and again; our bodies are the vehicles through which we understand the world around us. Everything we know is mediated through the body.

Events in Yankton

Exhibit: Ron Koehler and Gary “Crash” Hull

ARTIST STATEMENT – Ron Koehler

BRUSH SERIES

Most of this work has been composed of individual units pertaining to the visual symbol of the paint brush. This series includes a “Dadaist” reference by mass producing a ready-made object. Although the shape chosen more closely resembles a house painting brush, the visual connection between the brush and creativity is a genuine one. Each of these groupings contains a minimum of 300 brushes. The significance of the multiple has been emphasized and is a large part of the statement that they are intended to make, with over 7,000 brushes completed. Learn more here!

ARTIST STATEMENT – Gary “Crash” Hull

Gary “Crash” Hull is a Yankton Artist. His work is surf culture inspired metal sculpture. Crash is also a model car enthusiast, embellishing with gold leaf, and mounting for viewing.

A reception honoring the artists will be held on Friday, July 2, from 5-7pm.
All exhibits are free and open to the public.

Events in Yankton

Exhibit: Ron Koehler and Gary “Crash” Hull

ARTIST STATEMENT – Ron Koehler

BRUSH SERIES

Most of this work has been composed of individual units pertaining to the visual symbol of the paint brush. This series includes a “Dadaist” reference by mass producing a ready-made object. Although the shape chosen more closely resembles a house painting brush, the visual connection between the brush and creativity is a genuine one. Each of these groupings contains a minimum of 300 brushes. The significance of the multiple has been emphasized and is a large part of the statement that they are intended to make, with over 7,000 brushes completed. Learn more here!

ARTIST STATEMENT – Gary “Crash” Hull

Gary “Crash” Hull is a Yankton Artist. His work is surf culture inspired metal sculpture. Crash is also a model car enthusiast, embellishing with gold leaf, and mounting for viewing.

A reception honoring the artists will be held on Friday, July 2, from 5-7pm.
All exhibits are free and open to the public.

Events in Yankton

Exhibit: Ron Koehler and Gary “Crash” Hull

ARTIST STATEMENT – Ron Koehler

BRUSH SERIES

Most of this work has been composed of individual units pertaining to the visual symbol of the paint brush. This series includes a “Dadaist” reference by mass producing a ready-made object. Although the shape chosen more closely resembles a house painting brush, the visual connection between the brush and creativity is a genuine one. Each of these groupings contains a minimum of 300 brushes. The significance of the multiple has been emphasized and is a large part of the statement that they are intended to make, with over 7,000 brushes completed. Learn more here!

ARTIST STATEMENT – Gary “Crash” Hull

Gary “Crash” Hull is a Yankton Artist. His work is surf culture inspired metal sculpture. Crash is also a model car enthusiast, embellishing with gold leaf, and mounting for viewing.

A reception honoring the artists will be held on Friday, July 2, from 5-7pm.
All exhibits are free and open to the public.

Events in Yankton

Exhibit: Siouxland Artists

Siouxland Artists, Inc.: serving Siouxland for three quarters of a century!

The Siouxland Artists have been promoting art and artists by:

* encouraging and supporting each other’s artistic growth

* providing visibility for their art at local and regional venues

* participating in community art events and working on cooperative projects such as the Alley Art project in Sioux City

* exposing members to other regional artists, new forms, styles and techniques

And so much more!

We meet monthly in Sioux City on the first Tuesday of the month. Membership entitles artists to participate in our yearly juried show, holiday and other local art shows, and creative retreats and workshops. Anyone with an interest in art is welcome, including all skill levels and art media. We can be found on Facebook, and at our new website siouxlandartistsinc.com!

A reception honoring the artists will be held on Friday, June 4 from 5:00-7:00pm.

All exhibits are free and open to the public. 

Events in Yankton

Exhibit: Siouxland Artists

Siouxland Artists, Inc.: serving Siouxland for three quarters of a century!

The Siouxland Artists have been promoting art and artists by:

* encouraging and supporting each other’s artistic growth

* providing visibility for their art at local and regional venues

* participating in community art events and working on cooperative projects such as the Alley Art project in Sioux City

* exposing members to other regional artists, new forms, styles and techniques

And so much more!

We meet monthly in Sioux City on the first Tuesday of the month. Membership entitles artists to participate in our yearly juried show, holiday and other local art shows, and creative retreats and workshops. Anyone with an interest in art is welcome, including all skill levels and art media. We can be found on Facebook, and at our new website siouxlandartistsinc.com!

A reception honoring the artists will be held on Friday, June 4 from 5:00-7:00pm.

All exhibits are free and open to the public.