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3 Tips for Boosting Your Creativity

Everyone has creativity inside of them whether it’s writing, painting, drawing, making music... the list is endless. We all have some skill within that gives us joy. According to Harvard Medical School, creative activities can relieve stress, [...]

Visions of Manhattan | Behind the Painting with Jim Klein

Manhattan As Jim Klein likes to say, he expresses life experiences through painting abstract art. It’s spontaneous with a deep consciousness that connects with people. He believes we condense our experiences and our [...]

By Any Other Name: BOGUMILA Painting Spotlight

What's in a name? That which we call a rose By any other word would smell as sweet. ~ William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet Abstract Artist Jim Klein took some time to explain the interesting [...]

Still Life in Real Life: A new perspective

“If you look the right way, you can see that the whole world is a garden.” ~ Frances Hodgson Burnett Talk about a new perspective! You can now tour the J Klein Gallery and the [...]

Exploration into the Unknown : METRO FOREST Painting Spotlight

“Abstraction allows man to see with his mind what he cannot see physically with his eyes… Abstract art enables the artist to perceive beyond the tangible, to extract the infinite out of the finite. It [...]

WASTE NOT:  The Peripheral Art Philosophy

pe·riph·er·al - adjective: relating to or situated on the edge or periphery of something. If you Google the phrase “peripheral art”, you’ll find results for “Peripheral Artery Disease”. It’s not a term used in art classes [...]

Music and Art: A Perfect Match Made in Creative Heaven

Back in February, the Jim Klein Art Factory was reopened. This innovative working studio space near the J Klein Gallery allows visitors to watch and interact with artist Jim Klein while he creates. (read more about it in this [...]

The Sky is the Limit: An Art Q&A with Jim Klein

Artist Jim Klein took a moment to discuss one of his most popular paintings, "Sky", and how public perception of artwork doesn't always match the artist's.   How was "Sky" painted? Were you planning on this [...]