Jeana Eve Klein uses text, textiles, participation, and generosity to address the anxiety, the exhaustion, and the performance of the present. Her projects have been exhibited widely, including recent solo exhibitions at OZ Arts (Nashville), Charleston Heights Arts Center (Las Vegas), and ArtSpace (Raleigh) and group exhibitions at the Museum of Design (Atlanta) and PULSE Contemporary Art Fair (Miami Beach). Klein earned her undergraduate degree from North Carolina State University and MFA from Arizona State University. She is a 2014 recipient of the North Carolina Arts Council Individual Craft Artist Fellowship. Klein lives and works in Boone, North Carolina, where she is Professor of Fibers and Assistant Chair in the Art Department at Appalachian State University.

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