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Aleta Karstad

15″ x 18″

Item ID: 51128

1 in stock


Born in Guelph, Ontario in 1951, Aleta learned her love of nature through helping her wildlife pathologist, Lars Karstad, with travels and field work. After the three-year Fine Arts course at Central Technical School, Toronto, she began to work in biological illustration at the National Museum of Canada, and in 1973, married biologist Frederick W. Schueler. They have been residents of the Bishops Mills since 1978, and are very involved in recording local natural history. In 2002, they opened Bishops Mills Natural History Centre in the old General Store building. Aleta’s books have been drawn from her illustrated natural history journals, and since 1995 she has been teaching her method.

Aleta and her husband Fred are currently travelling on the maritime leg of the 30 Years Later Expedition ( She is painting full time on this expedition and producing five paintings per week, which she uploads to her blog ( from which she runs a week-long e-mail auction for each piece to support the 30 Years Later Expedition.

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Dimensions 18 × 1 × 15 in
SKU: A-51128 Categories: , ,

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