Welcome to the Strecker-Nelson Gallery online. We would love to have you visit the art gallery, located in the historic downtown of Manhattan, Kansas, so that you can experience the works in person. We have museum quality fine art for seasoned and emerging collectors.  Find more images and our roster of artists in the Artist Index.  Get information about the current showcase and events in the Main Gallery and the First Floor Gallery

The Strecker-Nelson Gallery is the oldest commercial art gallery in Kansas. It is located on the main street, Poyntz Avenue, There is more than 5000 sq ft for display and approximately 150 artists are represented in all media. 

The Strecker-Nelson Gallery is the oldest commercial art gallery in Kansas. It is located on the main street, Poyntz Avenue, There is more than 5000 sq ft for display and approximately 150 artists are represented in all media. 

Strecker-Nelson Gallery 

406 1/2 Poyntz
Manhattan, KS  66502

Hours
Monday - Saturday 10 am - 6 pm

We offer shipping to the continental U.S. and international destinations.

Below is a sampling of our current exhibit installation in the main gallery, so please check back often to enjoy your experience online or in person.

Lisa Grossman, Nightfall - Prairie River II  20 x 24  oc  $1600 

Lisa Grossman, Nightfall - Prairie River II  20 x 24  oc  $1600 

Link of the Week!

Featuring this week: John Kuhn

John Kuhn, "7 Day Lillies"

For the Love of Sky

Flint Hills Landscapes

Cally Krallman, Glorious Sunrise 24x48 acrylic $3,300 fr

Cally Krallman, Glorious Sunrise 24x48 acrylic $3,300 fr

Exhibit Dates: 

June 20, 2014 - August 30 2014

Opening reception --

Friday, June 20, 2014 5 PM


Featuring:

Zak Barnes -- James Borger
Clive Fullagar -- Kristin Goering
Lisa Grossman -- Brian Hinkle
James Jones -- Cally Krallman
Joseph Loganbill -- Judith Mackey

and

Glenda Taylor -- porcelain bowls

"Prairie Structures" paintings by Becky Drager

"Gardens and Dogs" paintings by Marie Mason

Bob Holcombe -- wood turnings -- bowls and platters

Eleanor Heimbaugh and Kris Roberts -- ceramics

In the First Floor Gallery

In the Kitchen Gallery -- photographs by Tom Leopold

In the Conference Room -- hand-dyed textiles by Valerie Doran Bashaw

Special Link:  Alumni Show 2014 Dallas, TX