Caroline Henry Art Collections
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Artwork by Caroline Henry
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Proud Rooster by Caroline Henry
Pumpkin Farm by Caroline Henry
Fall in the eastern Sierra by Caroline Henry
California Poppy by Caroline Henry
Yosemite Skies by Caroline Henry
Freckled Flower by Caroline Henry
Peacock on a Rooftop by Caroline Henry
Elephant with Flowers by Caroline Henry
Exiting Turtle by Caroline Henry
Charcoal Orchid by Caroline Henry
Bird in the Grass by Caroline Henry
Spring at Consumnes River Preserve by Caroline Henry
Pears on a Road Trip by Caroline Henry
Callas, Daffys, and Dusty Miller by Caroline Henry
Sea Otter in Monterey Bay by Caroline Henry
Surreal Street Scene by Caroline Henry
Pears in a Partridge Tree by Caroline Henry
Swan by Caroline Henry
Noyo Harbor by Caroline Henry
Gray Jay by Caroline Henry
Winter Pear on a Window Sill by Caroline Henry
Harmony by Caroline Henry
Poetry of the Iris by Caroline Henry
Glimpse of a Unicorn by Caroline Henry
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About Caroline Henry
I create in many media, including painting, drawing, and silk painting. Growing up in northern California in the agriculture rich Sacramento-San Joaquin delta with ready access to the Pacific Coast and Sierra Nevada Mountains, I developed a love of nature and the outdoors that is often reflected in my artwork. While most of my work is sold in my local area, my art has also been shipped to buyers elsewhere in the United States and in Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom.
Long before I began showing art during the 1990s, I used drawings to convey my moods, and in the days of snail mail supremacy, my letters were often adorned with cartoons of events in my world. While my art may have taken a more serious turn, I continue to create whimsical drawings and paintings as well.
I believe creating and responding to art is very much a part of being human. Where human artifacts are found, even deep into pre-history, art appears. It is a part of our celebrations, an exploration of the mysteries we find, a solace to our grief, and a challenge to our thoughts.