Saietz was a pupil of Erik Clemmensen and later left to Paris to study in 1961.
Saietz is known for his colorful artworks with strange beings and objects. Saietz was heavily influenced by the master painter Hieronymus Bosch and Breughel and experimented a lot with twisted landscapes and with creatures half human and half animal or plant. Saietz lived in France from 1961 until 1969 and has travelled in Greenland, Germany and Spain. Saietz has been exhibited around Denmark and in Sweden, Iceland, Paris, Belgium and Glasgow.
The Artists Fall Exhibition: 1961-1964.
La Librairie Anglaise, Paris: 1965.
Gallery Le Hucher, Belgium: 1967.
Modern Danish Art, Glasgow: 1968.
Modern Danish Art Exhibition in Sweden, Finland and Iceland: 1973.
Stevns Museum of Fine Art: 1974.
Vejle Museum of Fine Art: 1977.
The National Museum of Fine Art: 1989.
Galley Kellum: 1995.