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Oil on linen
about 1/4 x 3/8" each

Chairs, (with mini-paintings)
Oil on wood, Oil on linen
1/2 x 1/2 x 1" (chairs)
1/4 x 1/2" (mini-paintings)
(price is chair with mini-painting)

Oil on linen
1/4 x 1/2"

Oil on canvas
6 x 8

Oil on linen
3 x 2"


Oil on linen
3 x 2"

Oil on linen
2 1/2 x 3 1/2"
(example of a commission) 

Oil on bottlecap
1" in diameter
(part of a series of five pieces, series price below) 

Oil paint and sculpy
Approx. 2 1/2 x 3 x 1 1/2"

Oil paint and sculpy
Approx. 2 1/2 x 3 x 1 1/2"

Oil paint and sculpy
Approx. 2 1/2 x 3 x 1 1/2"


Houston Street
Oil (commissioned by the Angelika Film Center in New York)
7 x 40'
(murals may be commisioned) 

The New York Times, Sunday, May 5, 1991
PMW Gallery, Craig Kane
by Vivien Raynor

...Craig Kane's oils...[average] about 2 1/2 by 3 1/2 inches. They are cityscapes that were painted in and around Brooklyn, and they hang in phalanxes. One of the most attractive features houses and a bare tree, seen through the louvers of a blind; another is nothing but a pink-and-blue evening sky with a row of street lamps at the bottom that are starting to twinkle.

Sometimes Mr. Kane works even smaller, as in the three images of a blue planet earth, setting over a mud-colored horizon under a black sky, and places the results in cigar boxes. He is a gifted miniaturist who risks- but so far has escaped- preciousness, probably because of his uncute subject matter.

Born in New York City. Lives and works in Manhattan and Queens.


2004 MFA Purchase College
          State University of New York

1987 B.A. U.C. Berkeley

Selected Recent Exhibitions

2009   Two Together
Mount Airy Contemporary
            Philadelphia, PA

              art sites 
              Riverhead, NY

2008     Recollection*
Keller Gallery, Point Loma Nazarene University
              San Diego, CA






           Sculptural Objects From Odds and Ends*
           Spacecraft Gallery 
              San Diego, CA

2007     Made in New York: Beijing*
LJ Art Space
               Beijing, China






            Made in New York*
            Spacecraft Gallery 
                San Diego, CA

2004     The Ballot Show
Front Room Brooklyn, NY

2003     New York Area MFA Exhibition
Hunter College
               New York, NY

2002     toScale
Rotunda Gallery 
              Brooklyn, NY
















* indicates solo exhibition

The way I work is playful yet serious. It’s intuitive but pointed. Out of my

working process comes a dialogue, a story being told to me about my life, my

work, my relationships to people close to me, about the place where I live and

the way that I live in that place. I mine history when I work, my personal

history, the history of art...what comes together forms the story of who I am

and what my life is about.

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