Tucson artists and Copenhagen turn plain chairs into works of art to raise money for Habitat for Humanity

2014-03-12T00:00:00Z 2014-03-12T08:47:41Z Tucson artists and Copenhagen turn plain chairs into works of art to raise money for Habitat for HumanityArizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

Local artists and furniture company Copenhagen are teaming up to help raise money for Habitat for Humanity.

The Copenhagen Chair-ity Project asks artists in four different cities to transform a plain chair into a work of art. The chairs will be auctioned and all of the proceeds raised will be donated to each city’s Habitat for Humanity chapter.

Tucson artists participating in the project include David Adix, Carol Ann, Curt Brill, Steven Derks, Gonzalo Espinosa, Moira Geoffrion, Matthew Kauffman, Barbara Rogers, Liz Vaughn and Shirley Wagner.

The chairs will be displayed at the Tucson showroom or can be viewed at copenhagenliving.com

Bidding ends on March 21.

A reception is set for that same day at 6 p.m. at Copenhagen, 3660 E. Fort Lowell Road.

Veronica M. Cruz

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