oil and mixed media on wood by lee klein

Title:  Uncertainty

My work explores working within the confines of intuition.  The process involves coordinating the past and present. “Uncertainty” provides the viewer with a profound insight into Western Culture’s perception of time and space. Does Western Civilization have the ability to assimilate a new way of thinking that embraces a new way to see the world? 

I hope so.


oil and mixed media on wood by lee klein

Title:  “Uncertainty”


“The soul of the artist can understand and feel the reflection of the noumenon in the phenomenon.  In art, it is necessary to study ‘occultism’ — the hidden side of life.  The artist must be a clairvoyant:  he must see that which others do not see; he must be a magician:  must possess the power to make others see that which they do not themselves see, but which he does see.”
-P. D. Ouspensky-
Russian Philosopher

Lee Klein, Artist

Inquiries:  artlklein@aol.com

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Lee Klein studied art at the University of Missouri – St. Louis where she received her Bachelor of Fine Art Degree with an emphasis on Painting.  Her work can be found in fine art galleries throughout the United States as well as in both private and corporate art collections all over the world.  Klein has art studios located in St. Louis, Missouri and Santa Barbara, California.



oil and mixed media by Lee Klein, Fine Artist ————— Inquiries:  artlklein@aol.com

Title:  “Pooked”

“Have you ever been pooked?”

oil and mixed media by lee klein


An “open” mind:  Images that reject an “image.”  An artist is able to conceive in his or her own work that “material items” do not, in fact, exist; but that only the “essence”  of these items do.

lee klein


not always the same:


oil and mixed media by lee klein



inquiries:  artlklein@aol.com


lee klein

oil and mixed media on canvas

5″ x 5″ x 3″





invisible persuasion —invisible persuasion

oil and mixed media on canvas

7″ x 5″ – suite of paintings




oil and mixed media on canvas

internally unmanageable……internally unm


lee klein


Lyndsay Mc Candless Contemporary Fine Art Gallery; Jackson Wyoming

Watergate Gallery; Dale Johnson, Gallery Director; Washington D.C.

Colleen Hammond, Fine Art Curator; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


primitive art:  important role in the process

past civilizations:  simple lines and forms

small scale:  lends intimacy

bachelor of fine art – university of missouri – st. louis

emphasis: painting

collections – corporate and private

inquiries:     artlklein@aol.com 



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