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I’ve been so lucky to have received press coverage, both about my solo work and my landscape designs.

Check out some of the latest articles about my work below and please scroll through my selected work on this website.

SAN FRANCISCO – Building on the enormous success of the inaugural iteration in 2020, The de Young Open returns this year as a newly established triennial, once again celebrating the diverse talents of the Bay Area arts community at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
The de Young Open is the only exhibition of its kind at a major American museum, inviting submissions from local artists via open call for review by a jury composed of both Bay Area artists and Fine Arts Museums’ curators. All artworks are juried anonymously and exclusively from digital images, without artist-identifying information, and selected for inclusion in the de Young’s largest exhibition on the basis of merit alone.
The 2020 call drew nearly 12,000 submissions and saw more than 800 artworks installed in The de Young Open that year, in what one participant called “a giant love letter to the people of the Bay Area.” 
"Each garden is the story of its owner,” says Pete Pedersen, who’s been fashioning people’s stories into landscapes for 25 years.

“First, I listen to my clients about what they want out of their garden. Then I see how they live in their current spaces and view the kinds of things with which they surround themselves to see if there is an opportunity to create a stronger connection to the garden. It’s through this lens that I begin my design process.”
Boyd’s boxes at Terrapin 24 x 36.jpg

Pete Pedersen's work "Boyd's Boxes at Terrapin" has been selected for the category of Fine Art for the 2019 Marin County Fair.

The featured piece is from the collection "Footswitches", which illustrates the different combination of devices that musicians use to get specific tones from their instruments and amplifiers.  For more information, check out "About Footswitches" in the "Oils Gallery" on this website.

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