Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Workshop: Sold out ! Ken Elliott and Casey Klahn July 20-21, 2013

The On Color Denver Workshop is sold out!

But there are more Workshops to come. View Ken and Casey's upcoming workshop schedules for 2013 - 2014

Ken Elliott and Casey Klahn at our On Color Workshop July 20-21, 2013

We will be taking your art and color to the next level, discussing strategies for your art career and throughly enjoying ourselves! The class is open to all media and skill levels.

Casey and I will mix up some crazy exercises for you to explore your color sense. Plan on being transported to the world of the abstract expressionists and the Fauvists. Demos, exercises and interaction by the group. All medias welcome. Lots of easel time. High energy!

Our class will be held in the remarkable Madden Museum of Fine Art space, Denver Metro.
To sign up or inquire, contact Ken or Casey.

Hope to see you there!

Friday, March 22, 2013

Workshop, Denver 16-17, 2013

Here is the famous Group of Eight from my Denver workshop, April 16-17, 2013. Big things happened and we kept smiling all the way through with new works in a new way!

"You are so gracious. Thank you so much for the wonderful workshop and ALL that you shared. It was a great weekend."  Suzanne

Sign up for the Ken Elliott Houston workshop April 6-7, 2013  $225. per person. more info/sign up and the Casey Klahn and Ken Elliott Color Breakthrough! Workshop, July 20-21, $280 per person. more info/sign up

Susanne had the smallest canvas at the time but the attacked it with the biggest brush in the house....really!

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

In the Studio March 12, 1013

In the studio today.

On the easel is a 40" x 40" corporate commission completed today. On the upper left is a work in progress, 3' x 5' and below it is a oil I'm reworking (Bright Flow, 3' x 5') and I'm very happy with the result. On the floor, right is a red 4' x 5' oil in progress. Up on the easel, right is a 20" pastel study for an oil yet to be born. It was a very busy day and good progress was made on all fronts. Note that the oils are tipped into the gold 'floater' frames. It helps to see them in the frames sometimes.