Oil on canvas, 40 x 40 inches $5650 unframed, $6650 framed
Exhibiting, Saks Galleries, Denver, CO
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.”
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Ken is typically engaged in private and public commissions throughout the year.
He was worked on sizes suitable for residences and as large as 6 x 18 feet for public spaces.
His works have also been used in major motion pictures and TV productions.
6 x 18 ft continuous canvas commission for
a prominent East Coast Hospital
U.S. Art for Embassies Program
I am proud to announce that some of my oils were selected for the State Department Art for Embassies Program. Ambassador John Mark Pommersheim and his wife selected four oils for their U.S. Ambassador's Residence in Dushanbe, Tajikistan.
My sincerest thanks to the Ambassador, his wife and the remarkable professionals with the Art for Embassies Program.
Shown on right: Slices of larger oils
GLOWING TREE LINE
Oil on canvas, 30 x 40 inches Saks Galleries, Denver $5250 framed
Newsletter / Blog
Thrill: An Artist’s Perspective on Painting Landscapes.
An interview with Ken Elliott
Oil on canvas, 30 x 30 inches
Private collection, Denver