About Satch

In Fountain Square, Indianapolis
“After 27 years in the corporate world of banking, I embarked on a new journey, my first love, art.  I began to follow my passion as a young woman, and in 2006, Satch Art Studio was born.  I began to create and communicate by use of recycled and re-purposed materials.”  Satch

Satch’s work is found in collections in Berlin, Chicago, Indianapolis, Indiana, Michigan,
and Wisconsin

Gallery:  Circle City Industrial Complex, Indianapolis, IN

Studio:  Carmel, IN

Select Exhibitions:

2016 – Schwitzer Gallery, Indianapolis, IN – “Body Parts,” Solo Exhibition

2015 – Satch Lost and Found Art Studio/Gallery – “Shooting Targets,” Solo Exhibition

2015 – IDADA Membership Exhibition, 2nd Place

2014 Funkyard, Indianapolis, IN – “Sinners and Saints,” Solo Exhibition

2013 – 2015 Diane Tesler Art Space, Kewanna, IN – “Works in Progress,” Group Exhibition

2010 – 2014 Craig Smith Gallery, Union Pier, MI – “Art Attack,” Group Exhibition

2012 3040 INDIE, Indianapolis, IN – “Mad Collab Show,” Group Exhibition

2011 Harrison Center, Indianapolis, IN – “The Sign Show,” Group Exhibition

2011 Stutz Art Space, Indianapolis, IN – “Social Currency,” Group Exhibition

2011 Craig Smith Gallery, Union Pier, MI – “Art Attack,” Group Exhibition

2010 Kellar Mahaney Gallery, Zionsville, IN – Featured Artist Exhibition

2010 Craig Smith Gallery, Union Pier, MI – “Text As Art,” 3 Artist Exhibition

2009 Nolias Gallery, London, England – “Postcards From Dystopia,” Group Exhibition

2009 Clowes Hall, Butler University, Indianapolis, IN – “Grand Lobby,” 2 Artist Exhibition

2009 Art Center, Indianapolis, IN – “Day of the Dead, Altars,” Group Exhibition

2008 Midland Arts & Antiques Market, Carmel, IN – Solo Exhibition

2008 ARC Gallery, Chicago, IL – “Feminist Interrogations,” Group Exhibition

2007 Midland Arts & Antiques Market, Indianapolis, IN – “Metaphors and Dichotomies,” Solo Exhibition

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