Past News from 2015



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Faris

At the February meeting, art historian and archeologist, Peter Faris presented a fascinating program on ancient native American rock art. The subject of his presentation was 'Stories on Stone'.


Valkarie Exhibit

The Guild had an exhibition at Valkarie Gallery in the Block 7 Art District in the Belmar Shopping District from January 17 to February 6, 2015. The show was titled “Pulse.” We had a great exhibit of 98 various works from 18 of our members! Thanks to Bruce Nall and Barbara Williams for their hard work in arranging and putting on this great exhibit.

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A Sample of Art Featured at Pulse

Vortex, by Kelli Jimmerson, Aurora, by Sheila Littlehorn, Coral Exploration #2, by Barb Arne, and Holly Berries, by Joan Kaufman.

Vortex Aurora Coral Holly

Ski Jumper, by Bruce Nall, Azure Pleasure, by Ken Oliva, Night Vision, by Michele Sires-Delorean, and Fractured, by Vicki Sullivan.

Ski Azure Night Fractured

KCAG Congratulations!

Juror Candice Pulliam selected "Exuberance No. 6" (a fractured cymbal that looks like a Japanese fan) by Steve Begej for exhibition in the 13th Annual Lone Tree Art Expo running from November 17 to January 5. The opening reception was November 22 from 4:30 to 6:30 at the Lone Tree Arts Center, 10075 Commons Street in Lone Tree.

Juror Candice Pulliam selected work by Sheila Littlehorn for exhibition in the 13th Annual Lone Tree Art Expo running from November 17 to January 5. The opening reception was November 22 from 4:30 to 6:30 at the Lone Tree Arts Center, 10075 Commons Street in Lone Tree.

Juror Tom Lundberg also selected Sheila's work for exhibition in Littleton's 49th Annual Own An Original Arts Exhibition running from November 21, 2014, to January 11, 2015. The opening reception for the exhibit was held November 20, 2014 from 5:30pm to 7pm at the Littleton Museum, 6028 S. Gallup Street in Littleton.


The Ken-Caryl Art Guild is a non-profit organization committed to the education and development of artists of all levels, and the support of the arts in Ken-Caryl Ranch and surrounding communities.