Ken Miduch earned a BFA from Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, and, following a long hiatus in the corporate world, trained with world-class sculptors at the MARBLE/marble Symposium, Marble, Colorado, 2000, 2001, 2002, the Southwest Stone Carving Symposium, Jemez Springs, New Mexico, 2002, and at the Creative Arts Center in Dallas.
Ken’s work has been exhibited at the 25th Annual Challenge New Mexico Art Festival on the square in Santa Fe, and was awarded BEST IN SHOW. His work was also recognized and awarded BEST IN SHOW at the Cantigny Sculpture and Fine Arts Festival in Wheaton, Illinois. Other juried festivals include the Scottsdale Fine Art and Chocolate Festival, the Gold Coast Fine Art Festival in Chicago, and the Port Clinton Fine Art Festival in Highland Park, Illinois. He was selected to exhibit in the 2005 New Texas Talent show held at the Craighead Green Gallery in Dallas. His work is currently on display in “The Face of Utah Sculpture II” exhibit at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center.
He has also exhibited in Dallas with the Texas Sculptors Association, the Visual Arts Coalition of Dallas, the Contemporary, North Park Center, and at the Creative Arts Center. His work has also been on view in Redstone, Colorado, at the Redstone Gallery, and in Albuquerque, New Mexico, at the Coalition Against Domestic Violence Annual Banquet. The piece shown at the banquet was on extended display in the lobby of the Bernalillo County Court House in Albuquerque.
In 2014-2015, Ken created a full regatta of his well-loved marble sailing sculptures, which adorned the fountain at the Gerald R. Ford Museum in Grand Rapids, Michigan.