Artist Talk: Sheila Klein
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Sheila Klein is a sculptor and public artist living and working in Bow, Washington. Her practice straddles the worlds of architecture, sculpture, installation, and traditional women's crafts. She is particularly noted for her monumental projects dressing public buildings with hand crocheted and knitted steel. Through her travels in the East, she has been developing various lace patterns in her soft architecture.