fine art by

Lindsey Kiser

The Lost Art of Stillness is an original acrylic painting by Lindsey Kiser of two ruby-throated hummingbirds at a bird feeder

Message from the Artist

I am Lindsey Kiser, an exhibiting nature artist living in northern Kentucky across the river from Cincinnati.

In the whirlwind of modern life, the art of being still emerges as a precious gem, often overlooked amidst the clamor of constant movement and the constant pressure to live up to your own potential. It’s in these moments of stillness that we find the strength to weather life’s storms with grace. It is my endeavor to make art that serves as a beautiful reminder to be still and remember your priorities.


Reflecting Nature

Family of Five in acrylic by Lindsey Jaeger

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Acrylic Paintings

I offer acrylic paintings on gallery-wrapped canvas, which makes framing optional. Current sizes range from 10″ x 10″ to 48″ x 48″. View Lindsey’s acrylics.

Alpha and Omega, Scratchboard by Lindsey Jaeger, nature artist, copyright 2019


I work in scratchboard, because no other art medium offers the drama of black and white with the detail of a traditional etching quite like scratchboard. Collect an original scratchboard today!


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Lindsey Kiser

About Lindsey Kiser

Lindsey Kiser is an exhibiting visual artist, published illustrator, wife, and mother of two darling daughters. After long, solitary periods of immersion in the outdoors, the artist makes art to instigate wonder and contemplation of long-held beliefs from new perspectives.

Lindsey loves travel, the Great Outdoors, and making and exhibiting art. These are just a few reasons people are surprised to learn that she graduated with honors from law school and practiced patent law for fourteen years before returning to art full time in September 2022.

In April 2024, Lindsey was nominated by the board of the Friends of the Boone County Arboretum to serve as its inaugural Artist-in-Residence for the next twelve months. (Learn more here). Prints of her original oil painting, Silver Jubilee Blossoms, honoring the arboretum’s 25th birthday are available for purchase here and here. In May 2022, Lindsey was nominated by the board of ComposeArts to be the organization’s inaugural Featured Visual Artist. In 2016, the governor of Kentucky appointed Lindsey to serve on the board of the Kentucky Arts Council on which she served until November 2022.

Over the last six years, Lindsey has had solo art exhibitions across Kentucky in an art museum, a performing arts center, a university art gallery, libraries, a non-profit center, and a medical spa. She has won international art awards and exhibited in juried group shows from Laguna Beach, California to New York City to Rhode Island. (Learn more here). Also in that timeframe, Lindsey illustrated two published children’s books, The Royal Red Bird, written by Angela Rice, a composer, and A-Z for Me!written by Mitzi Adams.

Currently, Lindsey’s work may be found at ADC Fine Art in Cincinnati, Ohio and Ft. Thomas, Kentucky; the permanent collection of US Bank in Bowling Green, Kentucky; and by appointment in her home studio.

Kiser earned her undergraduate degree in fine art with minors in biology and chemistry from Georgetown College. She studied 19th Century British art history under the late Ilaria Bignamini, a curator for the Tate, and drawing at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art at the University of Oxford in Oxford, England. Buying into the myth of the starving artist, Lindsey earned her juris doctor (J.D.) at night from Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University, while, ironically, supporting herself by painting murals by day.

Lindsey’s art studio is in her home in Union, Kentucky in the Greater Cincinnati Metropolitan Area.