Charlee Brodsky: The Audacity of the Mundane


On view in the Robertshaw Gallery.

What began as a request from a friend for a photograph of pears has become a series of still life photographs using objects collected over the years to create worlds within small spaces. By re-contextualizing these objects, the artist pays respect to the tradition of still life art while exploring forms and issues that are relevant to the world today.

All exhibitions are supported by the Hillman Exhibition Fund of The Westmoreland Museum of American Art. Free admission to exhibitions is generously supported by UPMC Health Plan.

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Monday & Tuesday > Closed

The Westmoreland Museum of American Art
221 N. Main Street
Greensburg, PA 15601

Admission to the Museum remains free. To visit, we recommend that visitors make an advance online registrationClick here to register for your visit.

Free admission is supported in part by our generous members, donors and by: UPMC Health Plan

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