Heath Satow has been designing and fabricating public art for over twenty years and he loves what he does. He welcomes the challenge of creating art that appeals to a diverse audience from children to art critics. His sculpture Ripple won the 2012 Americans for the Arts’ Public Art Network Award for its “innovative and creative contribution in the field of public art”, and since then he’s been exploring the theme of “reflection” as both a literal and metaphorical subject matter.

We build everything in-house in our large Los Angeles warehouse studio, using direct fabrication techniques that minimize material waste. None of the work is jobbed out to overseas fabricators. We know we can produce the work we design because we have been building the work ourselves for over two decades. We take great pride in the fact that we have completed every single one of our projects on budget and on time, without exception.