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RED, Paintings by Kathy Kane on View at City Gallery

Red is the color of rage, debt, Communism, Republican, Sedona, love, wombs, blood, warmth, passion, pizza. All of the work in Kathy Kane’s new exhibit of paintings is informed by the color red, and are on view at City Gallery from May 5 - May 28. The Opening Reception on May 6, 2:00 - 5:00 p.m., includes an Artist Talk at 3:30 p.m., and the artist will be in the gallery on Saturday, May 20.


“The color red has been a part of me (or has been following me) all my life. As a child I was often dressed in red. I have a red house, two red cars, and many red furnishings. For me, red is pure joy, its essence,” says Kane.


If you are familiar with Kane’s work, you’ll recognize her use of red, but this show is a full embrasure of its power, wonder, and beauty. Those paintings that are not red work as a counterpoint to this body of work that Kane describes as her “happy place.”


Kane has maintained a studio in Erector Square in New Haven for more than 30 years. She is a member of City Gallery, Guilford Art League, and the Connecticut Watercolor Society, and she has exhibited her work at numerous Connecticut galleries, most recently at River Street Gallery along with Sheila Kaczmarek and Maria Morabito. Kane has traveled nationally displaying her watercolor paintings at juried museum art shows and has won many prizes. Prior to painting full time she had a successful hand-painted clothing business. She resides in East Haven. You can see more of her work at


The exhibit is free and open to the public, and runs May 5 - May 28, 2023. City Gallery is located at 994 State Street, New Haven, CT 06511. Gallery hours are Friday - Sunday, 12pm - 4 pm, or by appointment. For further information please contact City Gallery,,


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