Paul Sattler is an artist, specializing in imaginative

figurative painting, drawing, printmaking and other

two-dimensional art forms. Sattler is a 2005

Guggenheim Fellow.  In 2014, he was awarded the

inaugural Residency at the Studio Art Centers

International in Florence, Italy.  He has had solo

exhibitions at Alpha Gallery in Boston, Gerald Peters

Gallery in New York and a mid-career survey at Marist

College in Poughkeepsie, New York.  He has also

exhibited in many other one-person and group

exhibitions around the country including the Tang

Museum, the Albany Institute of History and Art, the

2017 Hudson-Mohawk Regional Exhibition, and the

National Academy of Art and Design where he was

awarded the Wallace Truman Prize.  His work is

represented in public and private collections including

the Albany Institute of History and Art, State

University of New York, The Arkansas Art Center,

Wellington Management among others. Sattler’s work

has been written about and reviewed in the

ArtNews, the Boston Globe, The New York Times, Art New

England, the Art Collector, Hyperallergic, Numero Cinq,

among others. He received his MFA from Indiana

University, Bloomington and BFA from the School of

the Art Institute of Chicago.  A former professor of art

at Boston University, Sattler is currently Director of

the Schick Art Gallery and Associate Professor Art at

Skidmore College, where he has taught since 1998.  He

lives and works in Saratoga Springs, New York with his

wife, children’s book author/illustrator Jennifer Sattler

and their two daughters.