2019- CHAOTIC DUALITY
MOTION MEDIA ARTS CENTER, AUSTIN, TX
2018 - “I CAN FEEL HER STARING”
ALT GALLERY, AUSTIN, TX
2015 - “EIKASIA”
COLLEGE AVENUE GALLERIES., OAKLAND, CA
2018 - “STEAM MAGAZINE POP UP ART SHOW FEATURING LORELEI LINKLATER" ALOFT CORPUS CHRISTI HOTEL, CORPUS CHRISTI, TX
2021 - “MUSEUM OF THE FUTURE PRESENT” Native Hostel, Austin, TX
2021 - “11th ANNUAL CITYSCAPES ART EXHIBITION" LIGHT SPACE & TIME ONLINE GALLERY
2019 - “RAW ARTISTS STELLAR SHOWCASE” Roseland Theater, SAN ANTONIO, TX
2017 - “ EASTSIDE STUDIO TOUR” MOTION MEDIA ARTS CENTER, AUSTIN, TX
2016 - “BREWERY ART WALK” BREWERY ARTS COMPLEX, LOS ANGELES, CA
AUSTIN ART GARAGE
2200 S LAMAR BLVD UNIT J, AUSTIN, TX 78704
2020 - Course Instructor, Cordovan Art School
2018- Educational Coordinator, Motion Media Arts Center
2013 - Teaching Assistant, The Contemporary Austin
Publications and Media
“Artist Spotlight: Lorelei Linklater” Almost Real Things Magazine issue 07, 42-43. 2017
“Lorelei Linklater; No ordinary Love” Notofu Magazine. 2016
“Lorelei Linklater: Painter and Actor” STEAM Magazine South Texas Entertainment Art and Music. Volume 7 issue 6. 2018
Welcome to loreleilinklater.com, a website dedicated to the artist, actress, and educator Lorelei Linklater and her current art projects and shows. Since a young age, Lorelei Linklater has been an active member of the arts community and participated in a variety of art school and artistic programs. In 2015, Lorelei Linklater graduated from the prominent California College of the Arts, where she received a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in painting. Since graduating, Lorelei Linklater has been exhibited in solo and group shows throughout the Bay Area, Los Angeles, and Texas.
Today, Lorelei Linklater is most well known for her realism style and paintings, which depict abandoned urban areas of Southern California. Lorelei Linklater’s art explores a variety of concepts, including the passing of time and how it influences not only human emotion but the concept of manufactured permanence. In one of her most recent series Gallery XIII, Lorelei Linklater continues to find meaning in isolated and abandoned man-made locations such as factories, quiet streets, and abandoned railroads. Although these locations often invoke in people a sense of unease and depression at the lack of nature and beauty, Lorelei Linklater’s use of color and dimension breaths life back into these scenes and shows the complexity of abandoned urban areas. Lorelei Linklater first explored this subject in her work while living in California. Lorelei Linklater has often cited her upbringing in different environments as her inspiration for exploring landscapes and the passage of time in man-made environments.
Lorelei Linklater’s art technique, specifically within her paintings, uses multiple layers to express the layers of time and decay often discussed in her work. Lorelei Linklater will often build many layers on her canvass’s surface during her painting process only to sand the layers down, adding a smooth yet textured base for her art. Overall, Lorelei Linklater’s realist technique allows audiences to self-identify with the landscapes while the dimensionality of the canvas breaths additional life into Lorelei Linklater’s scenes. The result is a piece that plays not only with dimensions, light, and texture but accurately captures the beauty and fleeting nature of artificial spaces within the passage of time.
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