Claudia Jane Klein

Claudia Jane Klein began her artistic training at Albert Lea College in Minnesota where she majored in art. She went on to study drawing and design at Metropolitan City College in Denver. Upon returning home to Warwick, NY, she apprenticed with master ceramic professor Louis Mendez while in nearby NYC she studied Life Sculpture at the Greenwich House Pottery and Ceramic Sculpture at the Art Students League.

In 1973 Claudia began renovations on an old farmhouse, which became her studio. She built a large gas kiln for her figurative clay sculpture. During this period she also experimented with tile murals and concrete relief.

In 1981 the artist turned her creative talents toward fashion design. In addition to successful marketing of her dresses under her own label in major department stores nation-wide and in her own stores in Warwick and NYC, she was recognized by the Fashion Institute of Technology for her unique designs.

In 1990 Claudia made the decision to leave the pressures of the fashion industry behind and to concentrate solely on sculpture. Toward that end, she studied metal fabrication and welding in trade schools in New York and Florida. Since that time she has been focusing on metal sculpture in her studio in Lake Worth, Florida. Currently, she is at work on a figurative series as well as accepting private, corporate, and public commissions.
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