Sharrer’s quietly subversive painting envisions the role of art and museums in people’s everyday lives. Alethea Rockwell, associate educator for Adult and Academic Programs, takes a close look at Honoré Sharrer’s Workers and Paintings, which reflects how we, the viewers, remake the meaning of artworks for our own realities and moments in time.
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