Print sales will benefit fire victims |

Print sales will benefit fire victims

Catherine Seghezzi Peters has donated 1,000 prints of her impressionistic photo rendition to raise funds for victims of the March 20 Nevada City fire. Nevada City Picture Framing donated mats for the prints.
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One thousand copies of an impressionistic photo rendition of Friar Tuck’s Restaurant & Bar have been donated by artist Catherine Seghezzi Peters and Nevada City Picture Framing to raise funds for the displaced employees of the recently fire-ravaged restaurant.

The 8-by-8-inch color prints, matted to a 12-by-12-inch finished piece, depict a white horse-drawn buggy passing in front of Friar Tuck’s in 1998.

The prints are at Nevada City Picture Framing, Sasz, Cornerstone Realty, Nevada City Chamber of Commerce, Bel Capelli, Brunswick Veterinary Clinic and Nevada City Network Real Estate Call 478-9359 for additional locations.

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