Richard Kane is an award winning artist whose work has been exhibited in museums, galleries, and private and public collections, since 1971. His paintings typically explore the expressive potential of highly illusionistic textured surfaces, a subject he has focused on since 1980.
New York Times Art Critic Helen Harrison has said of Kane’s paintings “He … renders their subtle topography with illusionistic precision. The quality that elevates these works above the level of mere exercises is the surprising degree of mystery which Mr. Kane infuses them.”
Newsday's Art Critic Jeanne Paris wrote "Richard Kane paints wrinkled, folded and crumpled surfaces ... the realistic and the abstract all caught up with one surface."
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