Refunds & Exchanges
If your item arrives damaged or is incorrect, please contact Katie within 3 days of receipt, with a photo of what you received. I will ask that you ship the artwork back to me in the original packaging. Once your item is received, I will refund your charges for the item, the original shipping, and the return shipping.
If you would like to exchange the piece you purchased for a different design, let me know within 5 days of receipt. I will ask that you ship the artwork back to me and let me know your new choice. Once the item is received in new condition, I will pay the shipping costs to ship your new piece. Any charges for size/format upgrades will be due before shipping.
Buyers outside the USA, please note that VAT Taxes, Import Fees, Customs Fees and Duties that you may have paid to receive your package are not refundable.
You can always contact Katie with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who you are buying from:
mother of two and motherhood artist,
Katie m. Berggren of WA State, USA
An internationally collected artist, American painter Katie m. Berggren focuses exclusively on painting motherhood and being a mother ~ every day. With a husband and two teenage sons, a busy online store, blog, and commissioned (custom) painting clients from around the world, she is grateful for her career as an artist and mother. Katie has been cited as the #1 Motherhood Artist in America.
A personal note from Katie:
Welcome to my Online Shop! When you shop here you are buying direct from the artist. I am a wife and a mother of two sons in the USA. I create my sentimental mother and child paintings one by one in my studio, and sell them direct to my many collectors.
Growing up as youngest in a family of 4 children, I relished time & space to explore through writing, drawing and people-watching. Always interested in the dynamic relationships between those around me, I later narrowed that focus to study the sweetness between mothers and their children.
As a mostly self-taught painter, I started my first business in high school when I launched a pencil-portrait business. Graphic design and illustration took me to Central Washington University and after creating and selling art while also owning a graphic design business for 6 years, I chose to focus exclusively on painting in 2008.
Each day I strive to balance being a loving mother and a good businesswoman, while capturing intimate moments of motherhood in paint, with whimsical compositions and soothing colors. I do NOT always find balance :)
There is a daily conflict for a mother of young children. For me it is a challenge that reawakens every morning as I balance my desire to be a patient, graceful mother and at the same time fulfill an instinctive urge to bring forth the creations of my soul and realize my dreams.
Being an artist who works from a home studio is also, perhaps most importantly, the way I model to my children the value of following their dreams and exploring their gifts.