PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST Artist: J. Kleinsteuber (Canadian) Medium: Acrylic on Canvas Size: 60″ x 36″ x 2″

PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST
Artist: J. Kleinsteuber (Canadian)
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Size: 60″ x 36″ x 2″

ART RENTAL AND SALES GALLERY

Please feel free to browse the gallery below for a sampling of our inventory, or visit us for a full selection. If you have questions or would like to inquire about any of the artworks available, please contact Art Rental and Sales at kleinsteubergallery@gmail.com or call 604-354-5206.

ART RENTAL AND SALES FAQ

1. Why rent art?

Our rental program is a great way to explore and live with art. There are many reasons to rent:

  • It’s affordable
  • For your business or for your home: fine art can help you create a unique and inspired environment
  • Discover something new: we have a large selection of art
  • Grow your collection: we offer quality fine art
  • Purchase with confidence: art in our collection is unique and you can live with a work before you commit to buying
  • Keep your space fresh: change your art annually, seasonally, or whenever you are ready for something new
  • Invest in community: renting or purchasing art from us helps you support your local arts community and working local artists.

2. How do I rent art?

Renting art is easy.

  1. Select the work you like
  2. Sign the rental contract
  3. Hang it on your wall

We will provide you with a payment schedule, and a ‘How-to Install’ information sheet. If needed, we can discuss delivery and installation. You may return or purchase a rented work at any time. Just contact us before the next billing date.

*Please allow yourself time to select work and sign the contract. Don’t rush.
*A rental period is 28 days, and you are not committed for more than one period at a time.

3. How often do you bring in new work?

Our selection is always changing. Whether we are creating new work, or having rental work returned to us, there is usually something new to see at Kleinsteuber Gallery Art Rental & Sales.

4. For how long can I rent art?

There is a minimum of one period (28 days) for renting art. You are not committed for more than one period at a time. That means, you may rent a work for however long you choose, and you can return or purchase it at any time.

5. How much does it cost to rent art?

Rent is set at approximately 2% of the sale price. Rental can range from as low as $10 up to $400/work, with an average cost of $40.00/work per period. Visit our on-line gallery to see a sample of our collection and pricing.

6. How can I make a purchase?

You can purchase a work directly from our in-house collection, or you can purchase the work that you are renting. Visit or contact us to discuss purchasing options of a work you are interested in owning.

If shipping is required, it is the responsibility of the buyer to arrange for transport or pick up of the purchased work. We are happy to offer contacts that may help facilitate the shipping of a purchased work.

7. How does the Rental Rebate work?

If you are interested in purchasing a work that you are renting, we offer a rebate of half the paid rental up to six periods. That means, after you have rented a work for 12 periods, you would be entitled to the maximum six period rebate. You may continue to the rent the work for more than 12 periods, but your rebate will never exceed its six period value.

8. How long is a rental period?

A rental period lasts 28 days. There are 13 rental periods in one year.

9. Do you deliver the work, or do I take it with me?

If the work you would like to rent can fit safely in your vehicle, we encourage you to take it with you. We will wrap it and give you a ‘How-to Install’ information sheet. If the work is too big, or you are renting many works, we can deliver and install the work for you for a fee.

*Deliveries are scheduled well in advance.

10. Does the delivery and installation cost include pick-up?

Yes. If we deliver and install your work, the pick-up is included in that charge.

*Deliveries and pick-ups are scheduled well in advance.

11. How do I return the work I am renting?

Please contact us before your next billing date to let us know when you’ll be bringing back the work, or to schedule a pick-up. If you are not sure of your next billing date, just give us a call.

12. What if the work is damaged, lost or stolen while I am renting?

It is your responsibility to cover any cost associated with damage, loss or theft of a painting under contract with you.

*This is a rare occurrence. If you are concerned about covering loss or damages, please contact your insurance company.

13. What about insurance?

If this is a concern for you, it is your responsibility to ensure coverage under your own insurance policy. If you have any doubt that a painting you are renting is covered under your insurance policy, contact your company.


LITTLE MISS CAN'T BE WRONG 3/4 Artist: J. Kleinsteuber (Canadian) Medium: Photo-transfer, Mixed Media, Acrylic, Charcoal on Canvas Year: 2005 Size: 12″ x 12″ x 2″ Signed and dated on the back by the artist.

LITTLE MISS CAN’T BE WRONG 3/4
Artist: J. Kleinsteuber (Canadian)
Medium: Photo-transfer, Mixed Media, Acrylic, Charcoal on Canvas
Year: 2005
Size: 12″ x 12″ x 2″
Signed and dated on the back by the artist.

Kleinsteuber is well known for portraits in which a photo-transfer technique is used, along with charcoal and often bright colours, giving her work a pop art feel. The subject matter of Kleinsteuber’s painting take on a form that is both confrontational and seductive. These portraits are sexy and unapologetic. “I want to push the edges and blur the lines of what society deems as acceptable and tolerable. My personal focus has been to explore the notion of sexuality, that of my own and others. Hense, it becomes a focus that translates into my art practice. I’d like to harness ‘the wandering eye’ and dare viewers to examine their biases and to promote the enjoyment of looking. Looking is complicated of course, but it should be pleasurable. And art is… afterall, about looking. Kleinsteuber’s painting fill the homes of many collectors, worldwide.

INTERESTED IN PURCHASING THIS WORK? CLICK HERE

LITTLE MISS CAN’T BE WRONG 3/4

Artist: J. Kleinsteuber (Canadian)
Medium: Mixed Media
Year: 2005
Size: 12″ x 12″ x 2″
Purchase Price: $250
Rental Price: $10
Inventory: 10006

Signed and dated on the back by the artist.

#3 of 4 Misses painted from this series completed for a show at the Kleinsteuber Gallery in 2005

The Kleinsteuber Gallery
Kleinsteuber’s Newest Works, 2005
88 Pender Street
Vancouver BC Canada

LITTLE MISS CAN'T BE WRONG 3/4 Artist: J. Kleinsteuber (Canadian) Medium: Photo-transfer, Mixed Media, Acrylic, Charcoal on Canvas Year: 2005 Size: 12″ x 12″ x 2″ Signed and dated on the back by the artist.

LITTLE MISS CAN’T BE WRONG 3/4
Artist: J. Kleinsteuber (Canadian)
Medium: Photo-transfer, Mixed Media, Acrylic, Charcoal on Canvas
Year: 2005
Size: 12″ x 12″ x 2″
Signed and dated on the back by the artist.

LITTLE MISS CAN'T BE WRONG 3/4 Artist: J. Kleinsteuber (Canadian) Medium: Photo-transfer, Mixed Media, Acrylic, Charcoal on Canvas Year: 2005 Size: 12″ x 12″ x 2″ Signed and dated on the back by the artist.

LITTLE MISS CAN’T BE WRONG 3/4
Artist: J. Kleinsteuber (Canadian)
Medium: Photo-transfer, Mixed Media, Acrylic, Charcoal on Canvas
Year: 2005
Size: 12″ x 12″ x 2″
Signed and dated on the back by the artist.


LITTLE MISS CAN'T BE WRONG 2/4 Artist: J. Kleinsteuber (Canadian)  Medium: Photo-transfer, Mixed Media, Acrylic, Charcoal on Canvas  Year: 2005 Size: 12″ x 12″ x 2″  Signed and dated on the back.

LITTLE MISS CAN’T BE WRONG 2/4
Artist: J. Kleinsteuber (Canadian)
Medium: Photo-transfer, Mixed Media, Acrylic, Charcoal on Canvas
Year: 2005
Size: 12″ x 12″ x 2″
Signed and dated on the back.

LITTLE MISS CAN'T BE WRONG 2/4 Artist: J. Kleinsteuber (Canadian)  Medium: Photo-transfer, Mixed Media, Acrylic, Charcoal on Canvas  Year: 2005 Size: 12″ x 12″ x 2″  Signed and dated on the back.

LITTLE MISS CAN’T BE WRONG 2/4
Artist: J. Kleinsteuber (Canadian)
Medium: Photo-transfer, Mixed Media, Acrylic, Charcoal on Canvas
Year: 2005
Size: 12″ x 12″ x 2″
Signed and dated on the back.

Kleinsteuber is well known for portraits in which a photo-transfer technique is used, along with charcoal and often bright colours, giving her work a pop art feel. The subject matter of Kleinsteuber’s painting take on a form that is both confrontational and seductive. These portraits are sexy and unapologetic. “I want to push the edges and blur the lines of what society deems as acceptable and tolerable. My personal focus has been to explore the notion of sexuality, that of my own and others. Hense, it becomes a focus that translates into my art practice. I’d like to harness ‘the wandering eye’ and dare viewers to examine their biases and to promote the enjoyment of looking. Looking is complicated of course, but it should be pleasurable. And art is… afterall, about looking. Kleinsteuber’s painting fill the homes of many collectors, worldwide.

LITTLE MISS CAN’T BE WRONG 2/4
Artist: J. Kleinsteuber (Canadian)
Medium: Photo-transfer, Mixed Media, Acrylic, Charcoal on Canvas
Year: 2005
Size: 12″ x 12″ x 2″

Signed and dated on the back.

Check out the Artwork on Etsy

Title: LITTLE MISS CAN’T BE WRONG 2/4
is 2 of 4 Misses painted from this series completed for a show at the Kleinsteuber Gallery in 2005

The Kleinsteuber Gallery
Kleinsteuber’s Newest Works, 2005
88 Pender Street
Vancouver BC Canada

LITTLE MISS CAN'T BE WRONG 2/4 Artist: J. Kleinsteuber (Canadian)  Medium: Photo-transfer, Mixed Media, Acrylic, Charcoal on Canvas  Year: 2005 Size: 12″ x 12″ x 2″  Signed and dated on the back.

LITTLE MISS CAN’T BE WRONG 2/4
Artist: J. Kleinsteuber (Canadian)
Medium: Photo-transfer, Mixed Media, Acrylic, Charcoal on Canvas
Year: 2005
Size: 12″ x 12″ x 2″
Signed and dated on the back.


WHAT GOD WANTS GOD GETS Artist: J Kleinsteuber (Canadian) Medium: Mixed Media Size: 5″ x 5″ Year: 2015

WHAT GOD WANTS GOD GETS
Artist: J Kleinsteuber (Canadian)
Medium: Mixed Media
Size: 5″ x 5″
Year: 2015

The artist, J Kleinsteuber (Canadian) graduate of Emily Carr University of Art & Design, has established an art practice based on the development of a series of portraits ranging in size from 3″ x 3″ to 84″ x 60″. Themes of her work are based on popular culture, identity and fashion.

Kleinsteuber works with images from her private collection and those collected from magazines such as The Rolling Stone and Italian Vogue. These images are then enlarged, sometimes as much as 800%, a transfer is made using acrylic medium, which are then placed on canvas, much like pieces of a puzzle. The artist then works into the piece with different charcoals and paints to make the portrait come to life. They take on a dynamism and energy that is so prevalent in Kleinsteuber’s work.

Interested in purchasing this work?

E: Kleinsteubergallery@gmail.com

 

WHAT GOD WANTS GOD GETS Artist: J Kleinsteuber (Canadian) Medium: Mixed Media Size: 5″ x 5″ Year: 2015

WHAT GOD WANTS GOD GETS
Artist: J Kleinsteuber (Canadian)
Medium: Mixed Media
Size: 5″ x 5″
Year: 2015

WHAT GOD WANTS GOD GETS Artist: J Kleinsteuber (Canadian) Medium: Mixed Media Size: 5″ x 5″ Year: 2015

WHAT GOD WANTS GOD GETS
Artist: J Kleinsteuber (Canadian)
Medium: Mixed Media
Size: 5″ x 5″
Year: 2015


Title: A MAN’S BEST FRIEND

Artist: J KLEINSTEUBER (CANADIAN)

Medium: PHOTO-TRANSFER, CHARCOAL, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS

Size: 20″ X 24″

Year: 2015

Detail of A MAN'S BEST FRIEND

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