Past News from 2019

KCAG 2019 Holiday Party

A nice time was had by all at the 2019 Holiday Party on Wednesday, December 11th, at the Blue Spruce Brewing Company.


2019 Fall Ken Caryl Art Show

To all of you who participated in the Fall Ken Caryl Art Show, we would like to offer our congratulations on a wonderfully successful event. I hope it was a rewarding experience for all of you. We had a wonderful turn out and some amazing art on display. Congratulations to those who won an award and thanks to all for sharing their work with our Ken Caryl Community.

Fall Art Show Award Winers
First - Merrie Wicks for “September Reverie”
Second - Janey Simms for “Betsy”
Third - Carey Chamberlin for “Ponies”
Honorable Mentions:
Kathleen Lavelle for “Creek in Winter”
Judy Wray for “Julia at the Museum”


2019 Columbine Library Art Show

During the month of August 2019 KCAG sponsored an Art Show at the Jefferson County Public Library
Columbine Branch.
KCAG members had a selection of their art hanging for the entire month. We hope you had 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.


KCAG Congratulations!

Bruce Nall's sculpture, Jack Lily II, was juried into the "Amuse Yeux" exhibition at Foothills Art Center, 809 15th Street in Golden Colorado. The exhibition runs from June 22nd to August 5th.

Marcel DeLorean won Best of Show for his new diorama art titleld 1971 Tour de France at the "14th Annual Roll Bike Art Festival" hosted by the Buffalo Lodge Bicycle Resort in Colorado Springs. The event was held on Saturday, May 19, 2018.

Cindy Marshall showed her work at The Brush and Comb for the month of July. This is a salon, boutique and gallery located at 3903 Tennyson St. ( All her cards and new recycled print books were for sale. Cindy also participated in their First Friday Cultural Walk July 6th.

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.