Internationally recognized artist, Kay Lynne Sattler recalls having always observed her surroundings as sacred for contemplating and capturing inspiration. The artist has engaged in an exploration of clay and paint for more than four decades by bringing ageless elements together to create original works of art. Her work explores an intuitive response to linear, textural and organic forms found within nature along with being propelled by the mythology of man.
Complex compositions evolve through the tactile and contemplative process of hand building and rolling coils of clay, or gilding canvas with precious metals.
Sattler's methodology of clay construction or mixed media paintings are an intrinsic part of her practice: imprinted, with contrasting earth pigments, found objects 
and adorned with her signature precious metal gilding. 
Kay Lynne Sattler's art is contemporary, yet primitive, exuding a subtle and sensuous elegance. 
“My relationship with clay is visceral…I feel where the clay emanates from, speak from and is leading me, as much as I see it. The slow tactile intimacy of rolling coils by hand and creating forms that seamlessly grow within my presence, is a process of deliverance for me.” ~ Kay Lynne Sattler 2017

Kay Lynne Sattler's works can be found in private, public, corporate and royal collections worldwide.
Sattler's largest collection resides with 
the Prince of Morocco,
his Royal Highness Prince Moulay Rachid ben al-Hassan.