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

Dan Howard’s Tribute to Husker Football

Although born and raised in Iowa, Dan Howard’s passion and dedication to Nebraska football has defined his 42 years of living in Lincoln. In 2016, Howard memorialized his passion for the Huskers with two paintings in tribute to Tom Osborn and the 1997 National Champion team. Titled Tribute to T.O.: I (A Crucial Win) and Tribute to T.O.: … Continue reading

Keith Jacobshagen: Landscapes Solo Exhibition Talk at Kiechel Fine Art

If you missed Keith Jacobshagen’s solo exhibition Opening Reception at Kiechel Fine Art, view the talk that Keith gave at the gallery on April 14, 2017 here. 

Hal Holoun exhibition

“I walked out to see the clouds forming in the east. When I saw the first flash of light, it was beyond words….I saw the act of creation; I confronted the source.” -Hal Holoun This experience by Hal Holoun has generated a new series of work that captures the dynamic interplay between light, sky and … Continue reading

Judith Cherry and Karen Kunc featured on NET Nebraska’s “Friday Live”

In a preview for Layers and Lines, William Stibor of NET Nebraska interviews artists Judith Cherry and Karen Kunc on his weekly show “Friday Live.” Listen to the podcast: Skip about a third of the way through hear their interview, or enjoy the entire podcast to also hear interviews with local musicians, film critics and … Continue reading

Smithsonian blog reviews “Dale Nichols: Transcending Regionalism”

Dale Nichols, End of the Hunt

ARTiculations, the Smithsonian’s art blog dedicated to giving an “impassioned view of what’s worth looking at,” recently reviewed the Dale Nichols show organized by the Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art. The show is currently on view at the Georgia Museum of Art before moving to the Montgomery Museum of Art March 17. Dr. Henry … Continue reading

Lincoln Journal Star reviews Dale Nichols book and exhibition

Dale Nichols, Wyoming Plowman

Nichols exhibition, catalog detail life and work of Nebraska-rooted artist L. Kent Wolgamott, Lincoln Journal Star Published: November 12, 2011 (Excerpt from article) This is the final week for “Dale Nichols: Transcending Regionalism” at David City’s Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art. But it will remain on view, in a fashion, in the fine catalog … Continue reading

Hal Holoun at Fremont’s Gallery 92

Hal Holoun, Autumn Horizon

Work by Hal Holoun will be featured at the Fremont Area Art Association’s Gallery 92.  The exhibition will be on view through November 25, with an artist talk November 15, 7 p.m. Gallery 92 press release: Hal Holoun did not set out to be an artist but, when a teacher at Hastings College introduced him … Continue reading

Lincoln Journal Star reviews "A Golden Year" at Kiechel Fine Art

Keith Jacobshagen, A Golden Year

Renowned landscape painter Keith Jacobshagen still feels challenged L. Kent Wolgamott, Lincoln Journal Star Published: October 1, 2011 In the spring of 1964, a young art student named Keith Jacobshagen was taking the train from Los Angeles to Wichita. “We were coming out of Denver, and we kind of broke out on those western Plains,” … Continue reading

Lincoln Journal Star reviews "Defining America" at Kiechel Fine Art

Strong regionalist show at Kiechel Fine Art includes rarities L. Kent Wolgamott, Lincoln Journal Star Published September 24, 2011 If you’re a regionalism fan, you’ll want to get to Kiechel Fine Art between now and Thanksgiving to catch “Defining America: Images of the 20th Century,” an exhibition that includes works by Thomas Hart Benton, Grant … Continue reading