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Lynn Peterfreund & Sally Clegg

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Leverett, MA

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Website: www.lynnpeterfreund.com | www.sallyclegg.com

Artist's Statement

This chair is a result of a sequential pictoral conversation between Lynn Peterfreund and Sally Clegg, both painter/printmakers.
Sally shares part of Lynn’s studio. making this collaboration a natural, easy process. Each addition to this collage of images was a response to what each artist found added to the chair. As we both enjoy non-sequiturs that might have conscious or unconscious logic , the resulting pastiche is curiously  connected.

Lynn Petefreund and Sally Clegg also both work at Zea Mays Printmaking, a safe process workshop in Florence. Both artists have exhibited nationally and internationally.

Please see their website resumes for more information.

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40 local artists and designers creatively paint, decorate, cut, drill, and embellish 40 chairs. The exhibition culminates in a fundraising party and silent auction of the chairs on February 28, 2016. Exhibition runs January 27 – February 28, 2016
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Take A Seat! SILENT AUCTION

Join us as we close this exhibition with a silent auction of these amazing works of art.

Sunday, February 28, 2016
5–7:30 p.m.

University Museum of Contemporary Art
$35/person

Buy Tickets Here


The evening includes sumptuous edible creations by award-winning UMass Catering Services, music by UMass’ finest musicians, and a beer and wine cash bar.

Did you find the chair of your dreams?
Be sure to attend and do some bidding!

Proceeds from this event will support the University Museum of Contemporary Art, an important educational resource for our community