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oil on wood panel, 8 x 8 inches, sold
Orange cuties in candlelight, 2022
oil on aluminum, 12 x 24 inches, sold
Back Light Orange, 2022
oil on panel, 12 x 12 inches, sold
Watermelon Slices in Warm Light, 2021
oil on canvas, 12 x 24 inches, sold
Summer lemons by evening window, 2021
oil on copper, 9 x 16 inches, 13.25 x 20.25 inches framed, sold
Orange in three parts, 2022
oil on birch panel, 10.5 x 16.5 inches, sold
Peeled Mango, 2021
oil on panel, 8 x 8 inches, sold
Hidden World, 2019
oil on aluminum, 28 x 24 inches, $3250
About the artist...
Take a virtual tour of Scott Kiche's work in our 2019 group show here.
Scott Kiche is a contemporary artist from Los Angeles. His work ranges from traditional realism to Surrealism. The artist was born in Guatemala in 1974, and, at the age of five immigrated to the U.S with his family. Like many artists Kiche's journey in art began at a very early age. His natural talent along with the encouragement of teachers and family helped to create in him the commitment to become an artist. Some of the masters who have inuenced his work are René Magritte, Dali, and Velazquez. However his work is almost completely influenced by Surrealism. He enjoys the vast vocabulary and expressive freedom that surrealism offers. He has exhibited works in Mexico City, Virginia, Washington D.C, Maryland, Chicago, Los Angeles and now Austin, Texas. He also has received awards in several group shows and magazine publications. Scott is currently on tour with the realism guild in a two year traveling museum exhibition that explores the current state of realism in the 21st century.