“anita klein studied at chelsea and the slade schools of art. she is a fellow and past president of the royal society of painter printmakers (re) and has work in many private and public collections in europe, the usa and australia, including the arts council of great britain.
“it is nice to have a real humourist recruited to the ranks of
gifted painters. she is to be congratulated on livening up
our dreary lives.” art review.”
Anita Klein came to visit Wrexham Library/Gallery some months ago, with plans to speak publically about her works. Charlotte Jones ( a fellow student) and I went to see her work and booked ourselves in for the talk. As well as producing beautiful work that is also unique, Anita was a lovely character to speak to. She had a lovely calming persona about her and I felt so inspired by being within her presence.
Some of the work I favored are as follows and taken from her website…
The main aspect that interests me about Anita’s work is her style. No matter what she illustrates or creates, it will always be recognizable to her and her work. I also love the choice and use of color whether it is a print full of color or something with just one color to coincide with black and white, they both seem to appeal to me.
You will be able to access more work from Anita on twitter