Date of Work
17 1/4" (framed)
23 1/4" (framed)
Art & Design Study Collection
UND Art Collections Repository
Kristen Peterson created this work during her senior year at the University of North Dakota, where she received her BFA in Visual Arts, emphasizing in Photography. Her work often features the Divine Feminine and the rural scenes of North Dakota.
It is an unprecedented time of fear, death, and loneliness. I found a dead bird in my yard as I went out to get the mail, my daily excursion. It represented the sadness that I had been feeling during this time. However, through the sadness, there is always hope and there is always light.
Artwork featured in virtual exhibition in 2020 "Free Time, It's Not What We Thought it Would Be.
This artwork has been custom framed in archival materials
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