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Q& A: Barbara Klemz conveys her energy, joy in painting despite physical ills

Barbara Klemz remembers feeling that spark, the need to make art, when she was a young girl. Now, more than 50 years later, she has her first solo show as a painter, “Transcending the Time Line.”
Photographer: Barry Sloan
Barbara Klemz remembers feeling that spark, the need to make art, when she was a young girl. Now, more than 50 years later, she has her first solo show as a painter, “Transcending the Time Line.”
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Barbara Klemz remembers feeling that spark, the need to make art, when she was a young girl. Now, more than 50 years later, she has her first solo show as a painter, “Transcending the Time Line.” Seventeen of her colorful, emotion-charged oil paintings are hanging in the Viewpoint Gallery at Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital in Schenectady. Joyful figures leap through a brilliant, imaginary cityscape that energizes a large canvas. In the past four years, Klemz has ...


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