The city is a constant conflict of visual noise: traffic, buildings, rush-hours, and racket — this vitality is the dialogue of the city. I paint a moment with light and shadow, and I make the city quiet.
Tim Saternow is an American painter whose watercolor paintings explore the lost and forgotten edges of the urban landscape. His work encompasses the gritty industrial streets of New York City, The High Line, and Chinatown. His commissions of his House Portrait/City Portrait series are widely collected. A Signature Member of the American Watercolor Society, Tim has exhibited in New York City; Napa, Los Angeles and Palm Springs, CA; Qingdao, China; and Fabriano, Italy. He is known for his award winning theatre/film designs, a Broadway musical, along with an Emmy nomination for TV art direction. His paintings are published in numerous books and magazines. Saternow received his MFA from the Yale School of Drama, Yale University. He is currently a Clark Hulings Fund Fellow.