Jennipher Satterly is an American representational painter specializing in golf landscapes. For almost three decades, her work has been defined by a mark making technique that falls nothing short of magic, brought to life by her longstanding love affair with the act of painting itself. Her work is lauded for capturing moments of light, as she strives to recognize the visual merits in the beauty and splendor of golf’s greatest places.
Satterly earned her Master of Fine Arts degree from The Glasgow School of Art, in Scotland, and her Bachelor of Fine Art from Purchase College, in New York. She is a proud member of the Academy of Golf Art and the Golf Heritage Society, and is a studio grant recipient of the Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation. Satterly has received full fellowship residencies for The Vermont Studio Center and The Ragdale Foundation.
Satterly has exhibited her work internationally, including at the Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh, Scotland. Her historic commissioned work is in the archive collections of Mount Vernon and the White House.