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Peter Ketchum
287 Old Goshen Road
Norfolk, CT
(860) 542-6928
www.peterjketchum.com

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Chair Photo - Peter Ketchum
Conflicted Chair
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About the Artist:

"Peter J. Ketchum knows how to get the viewer's attention. Shown widely around the country, his pictures commingle colors, people, situations, commentary and mediums
in a manner that is provocative, funny and to the point." – The New York Times

Peter J. Ketchum’s work is in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian Institute,
The Norfolk History Museum and Colby. It has been shown at the Guggenheim Downtown, Brooklyn Museum, The Bushnell, The Springfield Museum of Fine Art,
The Discovery Museum, The Morris Museum and the Connecticut Sports Museum. Five works were included in “35 Artists of North America,” curated by Thomas Krens, the former head of the Guggenheim. The artist has shown in solo and group shows in Boston and New York City, including Exit Art, Lumina, MetroPictures, SOHO 20, HERE, the Williamsburg (Brooklyn) Art Center, Artwell, Bachelier/Cardonsky and the Charter Oak Cultural Center.