Kerrie Satava holds a Bachelor of Fine Art from the National Art School, majoring in painting. Working with acrylic, collage and a variety of mixed media, her work explores time, colour, intuition, chance and the unconscious through process-based abstraction.
Kerrie also holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado. After that, she worked as a project manager for the industrial design firm, Teague. She was responsible for interiors, graphics and textile design, working with many large airlines around the world. With Teague, Kerrie frequently travelled internationally to meet with clients, where she was inspired by the art, culture and landscape. Following this, Kerrie started her own graphic design, illustration and letterpress stationery company. Her cards and stationery were sold in over 50 retailers across the US and Japan and were featured in Real Simple magazine and various other prominent US publications. Volunteering through art has also been a very important role in Kerrie’s life. From working with pre-schoolers to create art for fundraising auctions to chairing the Art Docent program at the primary level.