Painter and printmaker Sabina Klein is no stranger to New York. Her second solo exhibit in her hometown will open on April 11 in two galleries located in the New York Gallery Building in Midtown at 24 West 57th Street.

Klein’s colorful works make a strong statement and call the eye to shift from one place to the next. They seemingly magically conjure both the mundane and mystical. As Lilly Wei, a New York-based art critic, independent curator, and journalist has said about Klein’s paintings:

[Klein’s] images and colors are tossed about in free-fall, free association, as if spin-cycled, (except of course it is all carefully choreographed, with the skill of a long time practitioner who is a master of her craft).

"Sabina Klein: In Search Of" contains over a dozen paintings that will be placed in Long-Sharp Gallery’s Project Space (Suite 606) and the John Szoke Gallery (Suite 304) at the opening on April 11 from 5:00-8:00 pm. The exhibit will remain open from April 11 – August 16 in Long-Sharp Gallery and from April 11 – May 11 in John Szoke Gallery.