Salute To Essential Workers
An Art In Public Places project to salute local community workers through the message of art in the environment.
Location1705 S. Adams St.
Tallahassee FL 32301
Salute to Essential Workers is a community outreach through an Art In Public Places project to highlight the message of service through a limited edition of art posters. The artwork titled “Knitting Party” by William H. Johnson dates 1941-1942. It is an example of service with the Red Cross by African American nurses after WWII. This image is significant in the medical history of American art.
The message below is shared with the historical artwork of William H. Johnson. The ABG, Anderson Brickler Gallery express an outreach to the local Tallahassee community and nationwide during the crisis of COVID-19 pandemic. The limited edition poster is visible around town and shared with the local community at various locations.
Message of Service:
Anderson Brickler Gallery extends our heartfelt thanks to all the essential workers who have sacrificed to protect the health, safety and well-being of our community. Thanks to all of the food service providers, teachers, nursing home staff, sanitation workers, police, firemen and health care workers . We recognize the risk you assume every day as you perform your jobs and want you to know that we appreciate your service. Stay safe and be well!