The Lynn Museum’s In Progress: Lynn History art exhibition draws inspiration from old and new

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Opening reception March 27, 4 to 7pm at the Museum, 590 Washington Street, free and open to the public

inprogress inviteThe Lynn Museum opens In Progress: Lynn History —an artists’ exhibition gathered from work that combines historic and contemporary scenes of Lynn and its environs. Set to open March 27 and running through May 31, In Progress: Lynn History features work from familiar names in and around Lynn along with artists outside the city who are drawn to the artistic aurora that the city gives off. The exhibition combines a mix of media including photography, watercolor, 3-D sculpture, and paintings.

On display with historical imagery from the Museum’s collection, some of the images on loan for this exhibition have never been available for public viewing—including a large format oil painting that pays homage to the beloved Capitol Diner.

 


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  2 comments for “The Lynn Museum’s In Progress: Lynn History art exhibition draws inspiration from old and new

  1. March 19, 2014 at 7:15 am

    Agreed!

  2. Jeff Carlisle
    March 19, 2014 at 3:52 am

    Kate Luchini, Executive Director, continues to breathe new life into the museum and its limited space. The City is lucky to have her and Board member, Steve Babbitt. Their dedication and creativity should be rewarded and encouraged.

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