Pauline Saade is a Lebanese-American artist. Born in Deir El-Qamar, a village south of Lebanon, she was heavily inspired by nature, poetry, Buddhist religion, and stories during her childhood. She had a particular love for Khalil Gibran, a well known Lebanese artist, poet and writer. She studied Eastern Religion, Art History, Painting, and drawings at Rutgers University but it wasn’t until her trip to Florence, Italy that she began her journey to further advance her unique style in painting, photography, and poetry.
by Pauline Saade