Peggy Lynn's sculpture demonstrates several visual and physical polarities. She creates metal sculpture which draws shapes in space, defying conventional gravitational pull. Through her sculptures she takes "a line for a walk".  While the medium is heavy, the illusory effect is whimsical. Peggy sculpts the primordial figure along with her larger outdoor abstract sculpture. 
 It was written about Peggy's sculpture that "her figures are stripped down to their barest essentials, but in her minimal use of line and detail she does so much more then establish the form. It is as if she captured the essence of a thing's existence and putting it on her metal slab released it in all it's joyous life."
 Peggy has exhibited her work across the United States, Japan, Britain and France. Her work is held in both public and private collections on either side of the Atlantic.