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If Honoré Sharrer is an artist you’ve never heard of I’m not surprised. Sometimes the artists who have the most impact are not the artists dominating the headlines. This is especially true for women artists. Columbus Museum of Art has an international reputation for presenting exhibitions on underrecognized American artists…
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Every Saturday from 1-3 pm we open the studio to you and invite you to come make with us! Our Studio Coordinator Rachel comes up with a theme for each month related to artworks or big ideas in the museum and a creative prompt for each week with interesting art…
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Celebrate Women's History Month with us during March as we highlight the creative contributions of women artists. Discover Great Works by Women Artists Exhibition: A Dangerous Women: Surrealism and Subversion in the Art of Honoré Sharrer. Sharrer's gender, commitment to leftist ideals, and use of figurative surrealism put her at…
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As we celebrate President's Day Columbus Museum of Art is proud to announce the acquisition of a folk art carving called George Washington in Masonic Apron. The sculpture is carved walnut, 21 inches high, and dated about mid-twentieth century. It depicts President Washington clad in his Masonic apron, standing next…
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