Deann Stein Hasinoff is an abstract artist using apps to create her work. After developing severe sensitivities, Stein Hasinoff was unable to continue with traditional art materials and began to explore digital art making. She draws inspiration for her work from life’s challenges, originally influenced by her work with adults with brain injury and then by her own experiences with chronic illness and anxiety. Inspired by nature near her home, she also explores photography and abstraction. Stein Hasinoff’s formal education is in Speech Language Pathology, receiving her Master’s degree from the University of Alberta in 1999. She began taking community art classes in 2008. Stein Hasinoff received her Certificate in Visual Arts with Distinction from the Faculty of Extension at the University of Alberta in 2018.
Stein Hasinoff’s most recent solo show Catching smoke was presented at Harcourt House Artist Run Centre’s Incubator Art Gallery in 2020. Her solo show All exits look the same was featured in the Upstairs Gallery of the ArtPoint Gallery and Studios Society in Calgary, Alberta in 2018. Group exhibitions include Techspressionism Collab #2: A Calling for Utopia, Techspressionism 2021, the International Society of Experimental Artists juried shows Making Our Marks in 2021 and Utterly Unfathomable and Powerfully Profound, and Pushing Boundaries in 2020. She also participated in the Alberta Society of Artists traveling show Into the Light in 2021. Other group shows include Visual Arts Alberta/CARFAC’s Ten Voices 2017, #YEGCANVAS 2016, and Latitude 53 Gallery’s Incubator show in 2015.
She was published in the juried artist pages of aceartinc’s PaperWait Vol. 17, Contemporary Art Writing.
Deann Stein Hasinoff resides and works in Edmonton, Alberta.