Latest News from 2022

KCAG 2022 Juried Show at Dakota Lodge

KCAG sponsored a juried art show event for Ken Caryl residents on Saturday, November 5th, 2022, at the Dakota Lodge. This one-day event provided a chance for our Ken Caryl community showcase their art along with members of the guild, and to create more interest in the Guild.

KCAG 2022 Barn Brew Ha at Dakota Lodge

KCAG sponsored a pop-up art show event at the Ken Caryl BeerBrewHa on Saturday, September 17, 2022, at the Dakota Lodge. This one-day event provided a chance for members to show and sell art to the Ken Caryl community, and create new "buzz" about the Guild.

Announcement for Show Participation

Beyond 2D Show

Stefan Begej had his piece titled "Exuberance No. 26"(drum) accepted into the Beyond 2D Show at the Spark Gallery, 900 Santa Fe Drive, in Denver. The show features freestanding, pedestal, kinetic, and wall relief sculptural artworks. The show runs during August.

KCAG Popup Summer Art Market

Saturday, July 30th at the Ken Caryl Ranch House

The KCAG pop-up art show was held in conjunction with the Ken Caryl Grove Concert event on a beautiful and warm night on July 30th at the Ranch House. The booth space looked great and our new flag is fantastic. We had a lot of fun with several sales reported, and we welcomed two new members Sally Preston and Elizabeth Neer. Several other people took membership forms and renewals continue to trickle in. A most successful evening. Thank you to all who participated. Special thanks to the Sherpa spouses, Richard Marshall, Andrew McDowell and Mark Paulson.

2022 Jeffco High School Art Show in Arvada

The 2022 Jeffco Schools Foundation High School Art Exhibition Ken-Caryl Art Guild Award went to "Scarred Beauty" a Mixed Media artwork by Talia Brown from Dakota Ridge High School. The art teacher is Micah Snyder.
The exhibition was in the Arvada Center's Main Gallery and was on display through May 08, 2022. The awards ceremony was Monday Night, April 25th at the Arvada Center Main Stage.


KCAG Members in the News!

Michele Sires-Delorean:
In early April, Michele Sires-Delorean delivered a presentation to Traci Weiland, Project Manager of KCR Metro District regarding public art along the KCR trails, including those of the new housing development. A document titled "Public Art Along KCR Trails - Exploring the Possibilities" presents the issues and opportunities.

Judith Ahlborn:
Long time KCAG member Judy Ahlborn appears in one of the 'Artists to Watch' feature stories of the latest issue of 'Art Quilt Quarterly' magazine. The article gives a little history or her creative start, what she is currently doing, and where she is going from here. A number of her artworks are displayed in the article. This magazine is a quarterly publication of SAQA, Studio Art Quilts Associates ( Search for 'Judith Ahlborn' on their website to see some of her other works in their online galleries.

2022 Coffee Chats

The KCAG will be meeting second Saturdays at 9:00 AM at the Atlas Coffee Shop at Ken Caryl and Simms. Join us for coffee and conversation. No need to RSVP, just come to socialize and hang with your art guild friends.


2022 Columbine Library Art Show

During the month of January 2022 KCAG is sponsoring an Art Show at the Jefferson County Public Library
Columbine Branch.
KCAG members have a selection of their art hanging for the entire month. We hope you have a chance to come and view your fellow artists works being showcased for the Littleton community.

The library is located near Clement Park at 7706 W. Bowles Ave, Littleton, CO 80123.


2021/2022 West Mineral Show

Cindy Marshall, our President, located the exhibit venue for us again at 1101 W. Mineral St. in Littleton. KCAG members are currently showcasing their art from mid-October till January, 2022 on the walls of 1st and 2nd floors of the lobby. For those of you not familiar with this venue, it is an office building with a lobby that offers rotating artists an opportunity to show and possibly sell their work.

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.