Sheila Klein (b. 1952, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is an American artist. She lives and works in Edison, Washington and Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her work straddles the worlds of architecture, sculpture, installation and traditional women's crafts.

“I want to dress the world. Re-make it, as I want to see it, one piece at a time. The world is my studio. I perform with materials.”

Solo Show, 1 September 2023 - 24 September 2023
Geheim Gallery, Bellingham, Washington
Installation. New work in a place. Opening September 1, 5-8 PM. Walk-through with Klein & Barbara Goldstein September 10 at 1PM.
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Article, August 4, 2023
Undeground Girl featured in New York Times
Underground Girl was used as the lead image in the recent article describing the L.A. Subway.
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Group Show, 14 July 2023 - 30 July 2023
XO, Seattle, Washington
Urband and new weavings are featured at XO.
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Group Show, 27 July 2023 - 30 July 2023, 3 August 2023
Better Yet
Forest for the Trees, Railspur, Seattle, Washington
Flags on display.
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Publication, 2023
On the Street: In-Between Architecture
Architecture and design critic Edwin Heathcote featured Vermonica in his new book.
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Article, 22 February 2023
Nuevos Ojos
Maria Zentner writes about 22 Del Este, Sheila Klein and Ries Niemi's gallery space in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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Public Art, 2018 - 2023
Seattle, Washington
Walktic occupies a prominent site at the north end of the Washington State Convention Center Expansion on Boren Avenue. The site is busy with pedestrians, bicycles and vehicles. Your movement creates the experience as the sculptural graphic undulates as you move past it. You, the light, and the sky will make it happen.
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Public Art, 1993, reinstalled 2020
Los Angeles, California
Vermonica is an artist-initiated sculpture, originally located in the parking lot of a mini-mall. It is a drive-in museum of street lighting. This urban candelabra with its range of materials, styles, and historical periods, points out the variety and sculptural nature of this every day civic appliance.
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