• Kiechel Fine Art | Upcoming Events & New Works

    Michael Burton | A Gold Slipper
    Opening Reception
    1 | 10 | 2020

    Upcoming Exhibitions:
    Keith Jacobshagen
    Wendy Jane Bantam

    RECENT ACQUISITIONS
    Works by Thomas Hart Benton, John Steuart Curry, Dale Nichols, Roger Medearis, Terence Duren

    ARTWORK WANTED
    Elizabeth Dolan | Dale Nichols | John Falter | Robert Henri | Dwight Kirsch | Thomas Hart Benton | John Steuart Curry | Grant Wood

The Heart of American Art: A Regionalist Exhibition

The Heart of American Art: A Regionalist Exhibition Kiechel Fine Art has opened an exhibition highlighting the Regionalism art movement.  We are proud to be a premier source of Regionalist art in the Midwest. This exhibition will run December 16th to January 24th and can be found online here.   Regionalism is an American realist modern … Continue reading

Gift Art for $1,000 or Less

    With the Holiday Season among us, the stress of gift giving is at an all time high. You might be wondering what the perfect gifts are for yourself or your loved ones. No worries, we got you covered! We have the ultimate gift guide for your art lover or someone who wants to … Continue reading

5 Words You Need in Your Art Vocabulary

5 Words You Need in Your Art Vocabulary The world of art can be dense and filled with some crazy outlandish words that are hard to understand. At Kiechel Fine Art,  we have picked out key terms that are relevant to our represented artists and a must know when it comes to art. MOTIF In … Continue reading

On this date in history: Happy Birthday John Steuart Curry

John Steuart Curry (November 14, 1897 – August 29, 1946) Together we stood for an art whose forms and meanings would have direct and easily comprehended relevance to the American culture of which we were by blood and daily life a part. – Thomas Hart Benton John Steuart Curry was born in Dunavant, Kansas, and after … Continue reading

Francisco Souto | Diáspora

Francisco Souto | Diáspora  Diáspora A dispersion of people from their original homeland. A rampant sociopolitical tension, economic decay, violence and scarcity has created a diáspora by a failed state which denies its people of basic access to food, water and healthcare. This political and ideological malicious strategy of social control to stay in power has … Continue reading

Aaron Holz: CANNONBALL

October 23, 2018 – November 30, 2018 Cannonball is Aaron Holz’s third solo exhibition at Kiechel Fine Art. The work uses the landscape and events surrounding Wounded Knee and Standing Rock as its inspiration and departure.  The paintings do not serve as illustration for what transpired at each location, but use these places as a reference … Continue reading

Chad M. Olsen: What’s Nebraska like, babe?

“There is a place that has a feeling that is personal to me. I wish I could take her to this place, but she is no longer in my life. The best I can do is to show her that place and my feelings through these paintings. What is important is the act of painting, … Continue reading

Fine Art: the Gift for Any Occasion

Giving artwork as a gift not only signals how much thought was put into choosing an appropriate and tasteful piece, but it also speaks to the recipient’s style. Kiechel Fine Art offers a variety of work from 19th and 20th century American prints and paintings to contemporary prints, paintings, and sculptures that can accommodate all … Continue reading

John Steuart Curry: A Regionalist Perspective

JOHN STEUART CURRY (1897-1946) Together we stood for an art whose forms and meanings would have direct and easily comprehended relevance to the American culture of which we were by blood and daily life a part. – Thomas Hart Benton John Steuart Curry was born in Dunavant, Kansas, and, after training at the Chicago Art … Continue reading

An Open Letter to NU & the Nebraska State Legislature | Kiechel Fine Art

NU Announces $9.2M in ‘Phase One’ Cuts; Includes Faculty, Academic and Athletic Programs The cuts include consolidating or eliminating several undergraduate and graduate programs, shuttering certain research and extension offices, and terminating some students services and athletic teams, according to proposals from the system’s three chancellors. Continue Reading to View Full Article Published by the Lincoln Journal … Continue reading