A New Yorker at heart, Brooklyn-born Sabina Klein is a printmaker and painter whose work has been shown throughout the United States and around the world. Klein attended Hunter College where she received her bachelor’s degrees and her Masters. She continued her education in Paris for two years after Hunter. She studied with S.W. Hayter at Atelier 17 in Paris. She has printed for Krishna Reddy, Louise Nevelson, Al Held, Peter Milton, Larry Zox and Richard Haas, among others. She taught at Parsons School of Art and Design and the New School for Social Research.
Klein is a realist with traces of abstraction pervading her work. Her work has elements of light, atmosphere and mood which pervade her subject matter. Klein is presently owner and director of her own printmaking workshop, plate-making and edition printing for artists. Read an essay about her work written by Lilly Wei, New York-based art critic, independent curator and journalist.
* Long-Sharp Gallery is honored to represent Sabina Klein; her works are also exhibited at John Szoke Gallery, NYC.