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Tree Sculpture for St. Christopher’s Hospice  A new sculpture has just been completed. The previous Tribute Tree sculpture has already raised over a million pounds. Read more
The Story of a Family Man – a unique look at the new artist book in the form of a web page. Read it for free here, And if even a web book is too much to read, try the film here.
Art project at Lily Lane School – Phase 3 of the architectural art project has begun, including a cycle powered outdoor stage. Read more
Work can be seen at GX Gallery, London

Keeping Sculpture Light

in believes sculpture can be light. Even the large scale public works allow the sky to penetrate. A narrative flows through all the work, adding a story to the physicality of the work. Most recently, in the story told in 120 sculptures in the touring exhibition, Moment to Moment.

‘Randy Klein seems to think in sculptural terms as easily and directly as the bird sings’ – John Russell Taylor, The Times
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The gradual appearance of blossom and leaves, the growth over many years from sapling to giant oak, and the quality of being rooted to the earth, all enable us to identify with the life of a tree.



Everybody, not just artists, keeps a notebook or sketchbook. Mine always seemed to connect up into a little story. At first it was just a travel diary, a day at the fun fair or a trip across Canada in a bus.



IMMORTALS – new works by Randy Klein
GX Gallery, 1-19 September 2015
43 Denmark Hill London SE5 8RS


Art and Transcendence

Begin from zero. From nothing. Like a field with fresh snow where no one has walked and you take the first steps. And this is the beginning of a new life.


The Inferno and the Supermarket

…which brings me back to thinking about the Divine Comedy of Dante. In Dante’s time, like our own, there were corrupt politicians and greedy bankers too. But he had a solution for this – to send them into the bowels of hell.