In The News
We all like to have our work noticed.
Here you will find a (growing) collection of articles, write-ups, and on occasion, a featured quote or two where I happen to show up. Believe me, it was an internal controversial struggle as to whether or not to create a Press page. I am not one to be spouting off shameless plugs (though in some cases, these do work!), so I am grateful for all the press I receive.
I have included two ways to view. Either go directly to the news article page via the button link or download a pdf of the article. Page links often move, get archived or purged, so a pdf file is a nice backup.
An interview story behind the debut solo exhibit Children of Nature: Find Your Wonderland exhibit. June 5 through June 30, 2022.
Quoted in the story behind the Mississippi River Stories exhibit in collaboration with the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization (MWMO), The Nature Heritage Project and the University of St. Thomas’ Sustainable Communities Project.
Children of Nature: Find Your Wonderland was featured on MPR’s Art Hounds, on June 16, 2022.
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.
All artwork is the sole property of Kristin Maija Peterson and is held under copyright, even after purchase. The images, artwork, and contents of this website may not be copied, collected, or used for personal or professional gain without written permission from Kristin Maija Peterson. All images of artwork, sold or otherwise, are retained by Kristin Maija Peterson.
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.