Ken has produced a large number of commissions for the private and public sectors and typically has ongoing commissions throughout the year.  Often the commission idea comes from a current or sold oil with the client interested in that motif but in a new way, color, or size.  Sold works page

To commission a painting
Contact Ken by email to set up a time to discuss your project. Allow 6-8 weeks for completion. 

Ken Elliott 6x18

  6 x 18 foot continuous canvas commission for a prominent East Coast Hospital

For that special and unique artwork, consider Ken for your private and corporate commissions

Ken Elliott Massachusetts General Hospit

Double commission for Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston

Collections: partial listing

Coopers and Lybrand
Hewlett Packard                        
Ritz Hotel, Denver
Four Seasons Hotel, Denver
St. Anthony's Hospital, Denver
Panhandle Eastern                   
National Dairy Board                
Grubb and Ellis, Denver
Marriott Hotels
Holland America Cruise Line
Stanford Cancer Center, Palo Alto
Tufts New England Medical Center


Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota

Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston

Gaylord Rockies Resort & Conference Center        Aurora, CO

Vail Mountain Club, Vail, CO
Denver Hospice, CO

Yampa Valley Medical Ctr,
   Steamboat Springs, CO

Vectra Bank, CO

Blue Shield


The David and Lucile Packard Foundation

Glenmoor Country Club, Denver

Project Energy

St. John's Mercy Medical Center,
   Creve Coeur, MO
Rose Medical Center, Parker, CO

Spectrum Health


Hospital, Grand Rapids, MI

Magnet Bank, Atlanta

Ford, Harrison Law, Atlanta

Lowry Medical Center, Denver

Town and Country Hospital, Houston

Jones and Keller, Denver


Birch Hill Investment Advisors, Boston

Avista Hospital, CO

What they are saying...

SW Art Magazine / Taos NM Show May 2012
By Gussie Fauntleroy / exerpt

There is paradox in Ken Elliott’s landscapes: They pulse with powerful color, and yet collectors speak of his paintings as exuding a sense of calm. They contain choreographed rhythm and order, even within the seeming disorder of winter trees along a creek. “I’m trying to give the paintings muscle, poetry, power, and gentleness. I’m screaming—but in a civilized way,” the artist jokes.