Satellite Fine Arts is the newest addition to the vibrant and diverse Cape Ann arts scene.
Located in the seaside art colony of Rockport, MA, which can rightfully boast of being home to some of America's greatest artists, past and present, Satellite Fine Arts is artist-owned and offers paintings by contemporary artists as well as those by the world-acclaimed great masters of the Cape Ann scene.

Who is Satellite Fine Arts?

Christine Whalen-Waller, owner and resident artist of Satellite Fine Arts,
grew up in Princeton, NJ, and began her undergraduate work at Moore College of Art & Design in Philadelphia, where she studied with Jerome Witkin and Mel Leipzig. Two years later, Christine moved to the Boston area to continue her studies at The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, concentrating on easel painting and classical techniques and received her BFA degree from Tufts University and a diploma from the SMFA. She worked as head painting conservator at Childs Gallery, Newbury St., Boston for many years and later opened her own conservation studio on the North Shore, specializing in restoration for private clients and a wide array of art dealers and museums.
Throughout her life, she has painted in oil and other media and has exhibited consistently and extensively in national and regional competitions and in notable art associations, winning numerous awards and accolades for her work. Her work has been part of many prestigious exhibitions in the greater Northeast region, including The Copley Society of Art (Boston); the Rockport Art Association & Museum; and the North Shore Art Association. Her work has been exhibited at the Salmagundi Art Club in New York City, the Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club (NYC), the St. Botolph Club (Boston), the Academic Artists Association, (MA) and the Princeton (NJ) Art Association, among other venues.
She is an elected artist member and Signature member of the National Association of Women Artists (NYC); artist member and served on the Board of Trustees of the North Shore Arts Association; The Copley Society (Boston); the Rockport Art Association & Museum; the Rocky Neck Art Colony (Gloucester) and the Marblehead Arts Association. Christine’s newest work is on view in her gallery, Satellite Fine Arts, located at 8A Main Street, Rockport (MA). Christine also maintains a studio in her Marblehead home on Little Harbor.

Christine’s current work explores her deepening interest in combining and synthesizing figurative elements and abstraction. Her work can be found in private and corporate collections throughout the US and abroad. /

social media: Instagram: @christine_whalenwaller / FB: @ChristineWhalenWallerFineArt
Satellite Fine Arts, 8A Main Street, Rockport, MA 01966

Satellite Fall/Winter 2023/2024 Hours: Thursday through Saturday 1:30-5:00 p.m. Sundays 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. or by appointment.
Call 508-864-6041

Gloucester Voted #3 Small Arts City In The Country by American Style Magazine

"- Cape Ann, a thriving arts and cultural destination, lies just 30 miles north of Boston along one of the prettiest stretches of coastline in all of Massachusetts. Billed as one of the last great unspoiled places, its harbors, lighthouses, beaches, coves and coastline have been attracting artists almost from its beginnings in 1623.  Cape Ann's four communities include Rockport, Essex, Manchester-by-the-Sea and Gloucester, America's oldest seaport."

Gloucester voted #3 Small Arts City in the Country by American Style Magazine