Two Dogs in a Still Life1997 by Honoré Sharrer

Sharrer’s paintings became increasingly surreal as she aged, and the SCMA exhibit features a full range of often absurdly funny images: bent, dancing cutlery (“Two Dogs in a Still Life”); nude women in dreamlike locales, like one that includes Thomas Jefferson (“A Dream of Monticello”); and human figures juxtaposed with oversize animals such as a giant owl (“Don’t Murder Me, I’m Not Ready For Eternity”).
http://www.gazettenet.com/Smith-College-Art-Museum-celebrates-work-of-painter-Honore-Sharrer-12743647


...Throughout her work, Sharrer includes cryptic bits of personal symbolism such as cigarette butts, one-shoed figures, contorted forks, crockery, birds, and funny small dogs. And everywhere there is intense color used to sensational effect.
[http://www.readthehook.com/79255/culture-art-feature-dances-forks-sharrers-fabulous-conflations]
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