Ken Elliott Fine Art   Landscapes in Oil, Pastel,
Monotype, Etching, Giclee and Collage

 

 New Work:      click to enlarge

Ken Elliott Summer Patterns oil on canvas 40 x 60 in.jpg

SUMMER PATTERNS
Oil on canvas, 40 X 60      $9500 framed
Saks Galleries, Denver
More about this on Ken's blog, For the Color
 


American Art Collector  Magazine:
"Elliott's canvases display the strikingly vivid modern hues in which he chooses to render his contemporary landscapes."

Southwest Art Magazine:
Although his paintings loosely reference photographs and plein-air sketches, they refuse to exist within the confines of already-prescribed images. Rather, they stand independent of any specific place or time, the fulfilled pursuits of the artist’s visual and intellectual explorations. Elliott wields color boldly, creating sizzling, vibrant shapes that are at once kinetic and placid, grounded in unifying illumination, and focused compositions. He has a fascination with line structure as well, believing that “edges empower colors.”

Artist's Statement
Making the Artworks
 
Openings / Workshops / Exhibiting:
 
Openings:

Saturday, June 15
Saks Galleries, Denver
Group Show 11am - 5pm   website

Friday, August 16
Dominique Boisjoli Fine Art, Santa Fe 
website
Opening reception, 4-7pm with refreshments
Through Aug 31


New Representation:

Gallery 89
1009 Lincoln Avenue, Steamboat Springs CO
970-439-8196  Attn: Rufina Tegeder

website 

New videos:




Private lessons by appointment.
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Ken Elliott Gathering Light II oil on canvas 48 x 48 inches
Gathering Light II
Oil on canvas, 48 X 48  private collection

Ken Elliott Edge of the Forest oil on canvas, 36 x 36 inches
Edge of the Forest
 Oil on canvas, 36 X 36 Private collection

Ken Elliott Forest Surprise oil on canvas, 40 x 50
Forest Surprise
Oil on canvas, 40 X 50
Private collection

Ken Elliott Red Foothills oil on canvas, 30 x 40 inches
Red Foothills
Oil on canvas, 30 x 40
Private collection


Bright Patterns
Oil on canvas, 48 X 60

Columbine Country Club, Colorado

 

 


Recent works:      click to enlarge
 

Ken Elliott Yellows on a Still Lake, 48 x 60 inches

Ken Elliott Saccades VIII oil on canvas, 48 x 48 inches

Ken Elliott Meadow View, High Contrast Oil on canvas, 36 x 60 inches

YELLOWS ON A STILL LAKE

Oil on canvas, 36 X 60      $8450 framed

Dominique Boisjoli Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM

More about this oil on Ken's blog, For the Color

 

SACCADES XIII
Oil on canvas, 48 x 48 inches     $8950 framed
Dominique Boisjoli Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM
More about this oil on Ken's blog, For the Color

MEADOW VIEW, HIGH CONTRAST
Oil on canvas, 36 X 60      $8450 framed
Saks Galleries, Denver
More about this oil on Ken's blog, For the Color

     

Ken Elliott Evening Patterns, oil on canvas, 60 x 60 inches

Ken Elliott Light in the Forest, oil on canvas, 48 x 30 inches Ken Elliott Summer Sunset oil on canvas, 36 x 36 inches
EVENING PATTERNS
Oil on canvas, 60 x 60      $12500 unframed
Saks Galleries, Denver
More about this oil on Ken's blog, For the Color
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LIGHT IN THE FOREST
Oil on panel, 48 x 30      $6400  framed
Dominique Boisjoli Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM
More about this oil on Ken's blog, For the Color

SUMMER SUNSET
Oil on canvas, 36 X 36 inches     $5100 framed
More about this oil on Ken's blog, For the Color
 

 

Ken Elliott is a Colorado artist working in a variety of media: oils, pastels, monotypes, monoprints, etchings and collage.
His works are in numerous private and corporate collections in the US and throughout the world.
Some of his landscape paintings and pastels are reproduced as dramatic, limited edition giclee prints and posters. View all 90+ giclees.
For private or corporate commissions, please inquire.


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