Klara Glosova was born in Brno, Czech Republic in 1969. She is a multimedia artists working in clay, painting, drawing and installation. Her work oscillates between depictions of overlooked, mundane moments and imagery inspired by the world of dreams. Glosova studied art at New York Studio School and Hunter College. She has had solo shows at Galerie z Ruky in the Czech Republic, Aedas LA Gallery in Los Angeles, Vignettes, Gallery 4Culture and Bryan Ohno Gallery in Seattle. Her work was included in group exhibitions at the International Print Center NY and the Frye Art Museum. She was awarded Seattle Magazine's 2013 Spotlight Award and nominated for James W. Ray Distinguished Artist Award. In addition to her own artistic practice Glosova is the founder of NEPO House and the curator/organizer of NEPO 5k Don't Run - an annual art walk focused on site-specific installations and performances. She lives and works in Seattle.