Noah Saterstrom

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2024 Participant · Just Announced! · Art / Design · Painting · Mississippi

Noah  Saterstrom
Noah Saterstrom

Noah was raised in Mississippi and educated at Scotland's Glasgow School of Art. His paintings and drawings are in public and private collections worldwide. They have recently been exhibited at Carol Robinson Gallery in New Orleans, Louisiana; Fischer Galleries in Ridgeland, Mississippi; and Julia Martin Gallery in Nashville, Tennessee, among other venues in North Carolina, New York, Washington, and Arizona. Saterstrom has held residencies at HRH Prince Charles's Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh, Scotland; Morris and Spottiswood in Glasgow, Scotland; the Virginia Center for Creative Arts in Amherst, Virginia; and Exploded View Microcinema in Tucson, Arizona. Saterstrom's work has been covered in the Wall Street Journal and he was formerly a regular contributor to Nashville Arts Magazine. His painting Maeve is the cover of Ann Patchett's book The Dutch House (Harper Collins, 2019). Another work, Road to Shubuta, was included in MMA's 2018 exhibition Picturing Mississippi and later acquired by the Museum. Throughout the pandemic Saterstrom participated in the Artist Support Pledge on Instagram, generating funds for fellow artists and developing a global following of collectors and fans. He lives in Nashville with his wife and three kids.

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