kristin maija peterson / Works on paper
KRISTIN MAIJA PETERSON
Works On Paper
ABOVE: I Will Wait For You Forever © 2022 Kristin Maija Peterson. Watercolor on 300 lb. Fabriano Watercolor Paper (28” x 33.5” Framed) 1700 USD
I Am a Beauty Hunter.
My artwork represents the wild, the messy, the misunderstood, the “scape” within the landscape. The spaces and places I find intriguing and magical are often passed over and yet their details and complexities reveal ecosystems vital to the whole and our well-being. There is such beauty in the natural chaos of things.
IN THE STUDIO
We Are Stardust
Watercolor and ink on 300lb 100% Cotton Hot Press Fabriano Watercolor Paper. 37” H x 28.5” W. Framed.
© 2022 Kristin Maija Peterson I 2500 USD
ABOUT THIS PIECE
The footpath was strewn with fallen yellow Aspen leaves. The contrast was stunning and I wanted to capture it somehow. The swirl of the leaves and the white grains on the path made me think of space, planets and floating, weightless over the Milky Way. It also made me think of the refrain from Joni Mitchell’s song Woodstock.
We are stardust
We are golden
And we’ve got to get ourselves
Back to the garden
Deep down, I think we all want to get ourselves back to the garden, find ourselves re-connected with nature. Nature is a part of who we are after all.
Special Note: The inked background was created using .005 Pigma Micron Archival Ink pens. I went through a total of 14 pens to complete this piece.
10% of all Terra Kind Studio’s annual sales of original artwork and prints are donated to nonprofits working on environmental and climate change issues. By supporting this local artist, you can have beauty on your walls while doing good in the world.
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Terra Kind Studio showcases the creative work of visual artist and designer Kristin Maija Peterson. Growing up among prairies, lakes, rivers, and oak savannas along with her project work with environmental nonprofit organizations have collectively influenced her creative path. Kristin works in watercolor, graphite, color pencil, oil pastels and pen and ink, interpreting in detail the beautiful chaos within native wild spaces and its inhabitants found living there. She sees all living creatures as kin and is always kind to spiders.