Back Again, first Friday Art Opening

Through the use of recycled clothes, fabrics and wood, artist Christina Klein paints stories from her family’s farm in Kansas. Her work is greatly influenced by her visits to abandoned houses in the rural countryside, drawn in by the way they fall apart. “Light shines through the rafters, pears through the cracks on the walls,” she has said, “much like reflections cast through cathedral windows. There is beauty in their decay.” While her primary medium is acrylic, she also builds wooden replicas of housing fragments.
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