David C. Kane
About David C. Kane

The David C. Kane Story


David C. Kane was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest and the bulk of whatever education and training he received was obtained there, although from whom he might have gained his early knowledge of and flair for drawing and painting is somewhat conjectural. It is known that he studied art for a time in the 1960's and 1970's at the University of Washington, where he would have studied under Jacob Lawrence, Michael Spafford, and Everett DuPen among others. After receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree sometime in the late 70's, Kane seems to have remained in Seattle, eking out a precarious living by his art, augmented from time to time by a succession of menial jobs. From the 1980's until well into the early years of the 21st Century, Kane remained active in the local art scene, such as it was, producing shows on a regular basis for local galleries, taking part in regional exhibitions, and occasionally teaching. By the mid-twenty-teens, he had exiled himself to Mount Vernon, north of Seattle, where we find him an enthusiastic participant in the legendary, vibrant Skagit art community. A tireless worker for the betterment of Art, he is admired by all who know him and a credit to his profession. No record of his decease can be found at this time.

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Mar 28, 2021
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Jan 28, 2020
I'm having a show up at Skagit Valley College. The opening is this Thursday, 4-6. I will be there at noon on Feb. 12 talking about my work.
Jan 12, 2020
Life seems to get in the way of things - particularly ambitions and aspirations. However, I'm aiming to get out and about more and to add more content and put some of it up for sale. Who knows....2020 could be a great year for us all.
Dec 7, 2019
From the Frye Art Museum for David Kane's twenty-five-year retrospective:

Sep 28, 2019
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Oct 27, 2018
From the NY Times: artists..http://www.rediscoveredmasters.com/Mission
-- Gregor Jamroski: the site is coming soon. do you have a link for the NY times article?
Jan 3, 2019
-- Gregor Jamroski: the site is coming soon. do you have a link for the NY times article?
Jan 3, 2019
Gregor Jamroski: oops.... duplicate a duplicate response!!
Jan 3, 2019
Dec 7, 2019
Gregor Jamroski: it appear the changed the URL....
Dec 7, 2019
Oct 20, 2018
This graphic has been circulating among my contacts on Facebook. How appropriate!
Oct 17, 2018
just discovered this artist/activist platform called: forFreedoms.org. check it out!
Sep 25, 2018
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Sep 23, 2018
Sep 23, 2018
One of favorite collage artists!
-- Gregor Jamroski: His work is really nice!
Sep 23, 2018
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Sep 23, 2018
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