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“The Artist does not see things as they are, but as he is.” - Alfred Tonnelle
Art is not merely a “pretty picture.” It is the soul of the artist, his passion. It is this passion that 'Satch' tries to communicate with the viewer, of that special sense of place and time. He hopes that his work will touch a place in the mind and heart of the viewer, that a passion is aroused, a sense of awareness is stirred, and ultimately, that the viewer experiences the emotions that went into producing each painting.
His Early Native Americans Galleries reflect Satch's reverence for the 'original inhabitants' of this country. They depict a group of people from 19th century America, a distinctly spiritual culture, a proud people, that through decades of broken treaties and promises, are an inspiration of their struggles, bravery and pride. Their stoic expressions inspire him, telling stories of sadness, anger, perseverance and loss, as well as a strong sense of pride.
Satch has recently been interviewed regarding his Blues Legends Gallery on blues.gr and can be seen on: blues.gr/profiles/blogs/visual-artist-paul-satch-sachtleben-talks-about-the-blues-legends.