Latest News from 2021

Annual Jeffco Public High Schools Art Show 2021
The Jeffco Public High School art show is usually on display at the Arvada Center for the Arts on Wadsworth Blvd, however, this year's show is being held online.

The KCAG Award went to Danica Smith from Dakota Ridge High School for her drawing, 'Skates'.

Jefferson County Public High School Art Show

Winning Art from our 2021 Ken Caryl Teen Online Juried Art Show

First Place - Kristi Dobbins for “Sun Set Clouds”
Second Place - Colette Bennett for “Nuthatch”
Third Place - Mia Wang for “Active Decay”
Honorable Mention - Hope Cuttitta for “Untitled”
Honorable Mention - Sarah Iarusso for “Bridge to Nowhere”



Congratulations to Kristi Dobbins for her art piece,
'Sun Set Clouds' (above left),
selected for the First Place Award!

KCAG Congratulations!

Cindy Marshall:
Cindy Marshall and Theresa Davis exhibited a selection of their fine art prints at the Mineral Building located at 1101 W. Mineral Ave, Littleton. The show was titled “Two Friends and a Pandemic” and ran from January 15 to February 26. Cindy also reports that she was awarded Artist of the Year for 2020 by the Mineral Building Exhibit Manager for her work shown during the KCAG member show held at the facility last year. A virtual overview of that show can still be seen by accessing the KCAG Google Drive archive through the link at the bottom of this page.

Michele Sires-DeLorean:
Michele Sires-DeLorean had her work “I’m Your Man” accepted to the Love or Something Like It show at CORE New Art Space, 6851 W Colfax Ave in Lakewood. The exhibit dates were February 12th – February 28th, 2021, with an Opening Reception that was held on Friday, February 12th.

KCAG Congratulations!

Alexis McDowell:
Alexis McDowell’s Denver Redlining was accepted into the D’Art Gallery Emerge show which ran from December 12 to January 12. The piece will also be in the Foothills Art Center from January 29 until April 25, 2021. The Foothills Member Show is doing an opening for members. Here is a link:

Judith Ahlborn:
Judith Ahlborn had two textile art pieces accepted into the Houston International Quilt Festival which was held online from November 2020 to March 2021. She also has a series piece of images from New Orleans that was accepted into the Front Range Contemporary Quilters yearly online exhibit, Portfolio 2021 - The Best of 2020. It was one of only 24 pieces accepted. You can view their exhibits at

KCAG Live Exhibit at West Mineral

Cindy Marshall, our President, located a new exhibit venue for us at 1101 W. Mineral St. in Littleton. KCAG members had a show from mid-October till January, 2021, and 29 artworks are on the walls of 1st and 2nd floors of the lobby. The exhibit was open to the public 9 - 5 weekdays (masks were required). You can continue to see a virtual overview of the exhibit by clicking below.

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.