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Lobster Shack by Caroline Sainis
Pier by Caroline Sainis
Acorney Street by Caroline Sainis
Owls on a Branch by Caroline Sainis
Mermaid by Caroline Sainis
Life by Caroline Sainis
Jumping on the Bed by Caroline Sainis
Cat tail pony tail by Caroline Sainis
Fancy Mustache by Caroline Sainis
Yellow Cottage on the Beach by Caroline Sainis
Gray Cottage on the Beach by Caroline Sainis
Elephant and Child on pink by Caroline Sainis
Elephant on gold by Caroline Sainis
Elephant and Child on green by Caroline Sainis
Elephant and Child on blue by Caroline Sainis
Elephant and Child 6 by Caroline Sainis
City Whale by Caroline Sainis
Beach Bird 4 by Caroline Sainis
Beach Bird 3 by Caroline Sainis
Beach Bird 2 by Caroline Sainis
Beach Bird by Caroline Sainis
Beach Birds by Caroline Sainis
Birds on a Wire by Caroline Sainis
Sun and Moon by Caroline Sainis
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About Caroline Sainis
Caroline Sainis is a folk artist in Melrose Massachusetts. Her work is a reflection of her love for her family; a cross-cultural expression that is bright and lighthearted. She works with acrylic paint and detailed black on white ink drawings.
Caroline was raised in Northern Kentucky, and has lived coast to coast. She is now settled in Melrose, where she lives with her husband and beautiful son. Throughout her life she always had an artistic hand, and has explored many facets of art from poetry to pottery. She has always loved the bright colors and simple whimsy of folk arts from North, Central, and South America. While visiting her husbandâ€™s family in India, she gained first hand exposure and appreciation for the arts of India, she was particularly inspired by the work of the Gond and Madhubani. Caroline began this form of art to please her son and in doing so found an inner joy that lead her to continue to create.
â€œOne winter I began drawing with my son. After mastering the requested fire and construction trucks, I began drawings simple birds and fish based from the Indian folk art I so love. It was a game, for me to quickly draw animals for my son to color. I loved creating the images and really liked the way it looked â€¦ One night I sat down eager to finish a drawing with more detail. I found it very relaxing after an energetic day with my toddler boy, the more active he was, the more lines I drew! Soon I was creating my own designs. I have been drawing and painting in this style ever since. I love the idea of extravagant details embodied in a simple form. I cherish that my son is my biggest fan!â€