View the Collection of Works from Children of Nature: Find Your Wonderland Solo Exhibition
Here you can find all the work from the solo exhibit shown at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, August 23-October 29, 2023. The catalog contains images of artwork, the stories and science inspiring each piece, framed dimensions, and sale price.
All works are ready to hang, beautifully framed in a light neutral pine frame with generous double thick white matting and acrylic. Framing choice is designed to enhance the artwork and to add beauty and joy to any room in your home.
Interested in purchasing art?
Here is where I keep things real simple.
You can contact me directly via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Please include in the subject line: Purchasing Art Inquiry
2. List the title(s) of the work you would like to purchase
3. Include your name, address, and best phone number to contact you
4. I respond within 24 hours with the total amount due including shipping and sales tax
5. Payments are due in full before work is shipped. Payments can be made via PayPal using the email address: email@example.com
HOW TO MAKE PAYMENTS VIA PAYPAL
Here’s a link that shows you how to make a payment via PayPal. It’s simple and super convenient even if you don’t have a PayPal account.
When payment has been made, I will email you confirmation. A follow-up email will be sent providing you with a shipping date, tracking number, and estimated arrival. Most work will be sent either USPS or FedEx. Shipping occurs 2-3 days after payment for artwork has been made.
If you are located in the Minneapolis / St. Paul area and surrounding suburbs, a local delivery and payment can be arranged. You save shipping costs and if we have not met in person, you get to meet the artist! Just follow the above steps for purchasing art, steps 1-3.
All artwork shown on this website is protected by copyright law and can not be reproduced without expressed written permission by the artist.
Be kind and share but don’t steal.
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.
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