Dorielle Caimi (b.1985) is a Hispanic painter whose family has lived in New Mexico for 15 generations. Her large-scale figurative work highlights the strength and complexity of the female form through a careful and methodical deglamorization of her subjects. In 2010, she completed a BFA in painting (summa cum laude) from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, Washington.
Caimi’s work has been shown and featured internationally, and in publications such as PoetsArtists (cover x 2), Beautiful Bizarre Magazine, American Art Collector, Hi-Fructose, Art LTD, Combustus, Juxtapoz and Printer's Devil Review (cover). In 2015, she was awarded the $10,000 William and Dorothy Yeck Award for work that "visually responds to painting in the 21st century" juried by LACMA's Franklin Sirmans. Her works have been acquired by Miami University Permanent Art Collection, The Tullman Collection, The Kelsey Lee-Offield Collection and The Art of Elysium Charity Auction. She currently lives, works and teaches in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Caimi resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico.