Raised in Natchez, Mississippi and educated at Scotland’s Glasgow School of Art, Noah Saterstrom’s paintings, drawings, and animations have been shown most recently in Nashville, TN; Asheville, NC; New York, NY; Jackson, MS; New Orleans, LA; Seattle, WA; Brooklyn, NY; Tucson, AZ and Glasgow, Scotland. He has published essays and book collaborations with writers, is the founder of the online art journal Trickhouse.org, a regular contributor to Nashville Arts Magazine, and lecturer at Belmont University. His work is currently featured at the Mississippi Museum of Art’s Picturing Mississippi exhibition. Saterstrom’s work resides in private and public collections throughout the United States as well as Canada, Scotland, England, South Africa, Australia, Singapore, Japan and Panama. He has been Artist-in-Residence for HRH Prince Charles at Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh, Morris and Spottiswood in Glasgow, the Virginia Center for Creative Arts, and Exploded View Microcinema in Tucson. His paintings are widely collected by the Ritz-Carlton New Orleans. He is represented by Carol Robinson Gallery (New Orleans, LA), Fischer Galleries (Jackson, MS), Julia Martin Gallery (Nashville, TN) and Blue Spiral 1 (Asheville, NC). He lives in Nashville with his wife and kids.