Dale Klein is a printmaker and painter who is interested in how entropy effects contemporary society. Dale is acutely aware of a sense of place in her work, currently using the post-industrial landscape of Upstate New York as a metaphor. Her paintings are done in oil and she works in traditional printmaking techniques such as etching, linoleum and woodcut, collagraph, and monoprinting. Working both on the boundary of realism and abstraction and hyper-realistically, the viewer is invited to bring their own preconceptions to the work.
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