Join me for my first exhibit in the prestegious Saks Gallery, Denver's oldest, premier art gallery for over 50 years. I am honored that they are now representing and exhibiting my works in their group show, The Greatest Gift: A Celebration of the Holiday Season, on Friday December 16. The opening reception is 5-8pm.
Saks Gallery (Cherry Creek)
3019 E. 2nd. Ave, Denver, CO 80206
View the new works on the gallery website
View the 3 minute video of Ken discussing one of the oils in the exhibition, Forest Light into Shade, 48 x 48 inches.
Currently, nine new canvases are progressing in the studio with new exhibits and workshops in the planning stages for next year. Something new is in play every day and it is a delight to create new works for you.
My sincerest wishes for a Joyful Holiday Season and I wish you every success in 2017.
Forest with Yellows and Reds
Oil on canvas, 48 x 60 inches $10950 framed
Saks Gallery, Denver, CO
Gathering Light II
Oil on canvas 48 x 48 $8950. framed
Steamboat Center for Visual Arts, Steamboat Springs, CO
Sunset in Orange and Pink, study
oil on panel, 16 x 16 $1850. unframed
Arden's Gallery, Houston
Oil on canvas, 36 x 48 inches $5250 framed
view the video where I discuss the making of this oil
Far Blue Hill
Oil on canvas, 30 X 40 $5250 framed
Workshops / Private Sessions:
Take your work to new heights. These workshops and private sessions will focus on strategies for making better paintings, going to new places in your work and making fine art.
May 15-18, 2017
Casey Klahn and I will be holding a 4-day intensive art workshop at my home / studio in Castle Rock, CO (Denver metro) This class is almost at the limit of 8 students, $690 each.
More information and registration here
Additional Workshops will be scheduled in Colorado and Massachusetts soon.
all workshop info
Casey Klahn and I at our Workshop in the Madden Museum, Denver, CO
Great things happen in these Fine Art Classes with information that will last for a lifetime.
Ken's work at the Denver International Airport
Should you find yourself at the Denver Airport, take the time to view my work and those of my gifted Expand artists / colleagues reproduced in the Main Terminal. You will see the images between the baggage claim areas and behind the car rental counters. This “Here to There” themed display was curated by the DIA Art and Culture Program. The airport desired more color in the main terminal spaces and happily, we were allowed to use it as our playground. Many thanks to my fellow artists and everyone that made this possible!
Our EXPAND artist group is comprised of five artists from the Denver metro area: Victoria Eubanks, Janice McDonald, Carol Ann Waugh, Mary Williams and myself.
A Survey of Paintings and Prints at the PACE Center
with works in oils, pastels and monotypes. This exhibition catalog can be purchased online here.
30 color pages and text by the artist. $10 plus $4 postage.
Ken Elliott American Landscapes coffee table book:
This large coffee table book reprises 25 years of my works in oil, pastel, monotype, etching and collage. Large, coffee table hardback version, 11 x 13 inches, 94 color pages with essays. Book and a signed giclee print of the cover image: $150 or just order the book for $115.
Also available as an iBook / download on Apple devices for $9.99. You can preview the complete book and how to order your electronic or hardback versions from my website.
My Blog, For the Color
Want to follow along in my studio?
Come across some interesting art bits and intriguing posts from elsewhere? Check out my artist's blog: For the Color and on the right of the blog under Followers, click Join this Site. Right now you can view vintage videos of Renoir, Degas, a Piet Mondrian video montage, comments about my works and observations about museum artworks from some recent trips.
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This monthly newsletter is the best way to stay up to date with my new works and events. You can also follow me on Facebook and go more in depth with my blog, For the Color. To view the total of my works in all media and in all my galleries, go to www.kenelliott.com