The Madden Museum of Art
announces a new and exciting exhibit...

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"Six non-conventional artists respond to the Madden Museum space with an exhibition of important new works."   Artists: Ken Elliott, Victoria Eubanks, Janice McDonald, Karen Scharer, Carol Ann Waugh, and Mary Williams.   Artist descriptions below

I hope you will join us for our very special Artist’s reception at the Museum
Thursday, October 25, 4-7pm.

The exhibit will be available for viewing beginning October 4 through November 25

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This Exhibit: to EXPAND

Features six Denver metro artists - each working with different mediums and each responding to the amazing space at the Madden Museum with new and important artworks.  Artist in residence program:
During Denver Arts Week (Nov 7-9) some of the artists will be "in residence." Participating artists will be working in the museum actively creating new works and answering questions from interested individuals and groups. Victoria Eubanks will host an artist conversation on Encaustic Painting, November 7, 6-8pm.   Please call the museum for additional artist dates and details.

 About The Madden Museum of Art:

The Madden Museum of Art is a private museum in the Greenwood Village Tech Center located in the Palazzo Verdi building.  The Madden has an emphasis on the Madden family collection of Italian Macchiaioli art and supports the greater Denver art community with continuing exhibits featuring regional artists and art associations. The Madden Museum of Art is dedicated to advancing knowledge of and passion for art by preserving, exhibiting, educating and interpreting art of enduring attribute.


The Madden Museum of Art

Gallery hours Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

6363 South Fiddler's Green Circle

Greenwood Village, CO 80111   map

Hillary Reed, Director, The Madden Museum of Art

303.763.1970  website:


Ken Elliott
Oils, Pastels, Etchings, Monotypes and Collage  
 illustrated price list

Just featured in Southwest Art Magazine, Ken's new works encompass a variety of mediums.  He primarily works in oils, but his constant work and experimentation with pastels, collage and prints informs all of his image making.  As his work has increased in scope, so has his following. He is represented in galleries across the country and his work is widely collected and reproduced.

Victoria Eubanks

Award-winning Victoria will be showcasing a new series of encaustic works developed during her month-long residency as a guest artist with the Breckenridge Arts District. The work is bigger and chock-full of color and light.


Janice McDonald

Her recent solo show at Spark Gallery was a highly regarded success and she will be exhibiting elegant new abstract works composed of collected, re-purposed, and hand-painted papers.  


Karen Scharer
Oil Paintings

A painting career spanning 26 years, multiple mediums, and hundreds of venues takes another step forward in Karen's work created for to Expand. These pieces build on her widely recognized non-representational work by incorporating natural influences and pushing into multi-panel and large-scale works not previously exhibited.  Karen's work was featured in a solo show in early summer 2012 at Space Gallery in Denver, and is included in many private and public collections.


Carol Ann Waugh

Recently featured at the Buell theatre, Carol's new work will be focused on value compositions, texture and scale and shows how to look at fabric and stitch in a new, contemporary way. 


Mary Williams

Mary has extensive experience working with woods, mixed media, and paints her artworks with bold, exiting, energetic colors. Her art reflects her ongoing love affair with textures, patterns, and relief inspired by nature. She has been commissioned to create imaginative installations and sculptures in a wide variety of public spaces as well as medical institutions, corporate, hospitality and residential environments throughout the U.S.