Exhibitions

JohnLokke

Past Exhibitions

  • May 31-July 1, 2018 The Barada Hills of Nebraska, watercolors Schoolhouse Art Gallery, 427 Main Street, Brownville, NE 68321 

  • April 3-30, 2018 The Barada Hills of Nebraska,                     Watercolors, Morton-James Public Library,923 First Corso, Nebraska City, NE 68410                                      

           

  • August 3 – October 22, 2017  The Barada Hills of Nebraska               Watercolors

     The Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art, North 40 Gallery

     575 E Street David City, NE 68632          

     http://bonecreek.org/ 

  • 2017  The Barada Hills of Nebraska; Watercolors; Gallery 1516, Omaha, Nebraska

  • 2017  The Barada Hills of Nebraska; Watercolors; Kimmel Harding Nelson Gallery, Nebraska City, NE

  • 2016 The Barada Hills of Nebraska; Watercolors; Falls City, Nebraska, Stalder Gallery, Falls City Library and Art Center        

                             

  • 2008 Selected Views of the Missouri River; Watercolors;                  City Arts Gallery,   Wichita, Kansas

  • 2000 Revisiting Morgan Island; Watercolors, drawings, maps, and journal entries from on and around Morgan Island by John Lokke, beside drawings, and journal entries from Karl Bodmer and Prince Maximilian of Weid.  BFA Senior thesis, Weber Fine Arts Gallery, University of Nebraska Omaha.

  • 1999-2000 Selected Views of the Missouri River; Watercolors; Shown at Cass  County Historical Museum, Plattsmouth, Nebraska; Lydia Bruun Public Library, Falls City, Nebraska; Morton James Public Library, Nebraska City, Nebraska.

  • 1999 In the Footsteps of David Roberts; Drawings, watercolors, and journal  entries from David Roberts and John Lokke; through Bethsaida Excavations Project, University of Nebraska Omaha, June-July 1998. Shown at University of       Nebraska Omaha Alumni Center; University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, Colorado; and Deitz Methodist Church, Omaha, Nebraska

  • 1998-1999 Four Quarries in Cass County, Nebraska; Watercolor, drawings, maps; Independent study University of Nebraska Omaha.

  • 1998 Four Views on the Missouri River; Revisiting Karl Bodmer; Watercolor, with supporting drawings, maps, and journals; Omaha History Center.

  • 1997 Four Views on the Missouri River; Revisiting Karl Bodmer; Independent study, University of Nebraska Omaha

  • 1996 Decline of the Timber Rattlesnake- Ten part illustrated narrative in pencil and charcoal; Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Lawrence, Kansas

  • 1994 Decline of the Timber Rattlesnake; University of Nebraska Omaha​

© 2013 by Jill Lokke. Proudly created with Wix.com