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Sunday, October 23, 2016

What I Saw at The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum

I couldn't take photos of everything in the museum, but here are some of my favorites from my visit as well as some of the best shots (my cellphone doesn't always cooperate so I had to leave out a few of my favorite paintings that were just too blurry or dark.)

What I saw and experienced on this trip has definitely left a mark on me. It will take some time to process my time in New Mexico. I am eager to return. 

"To create one's world in any of the arts takes courage." Georgia O'Keeffe

Georgia O'Keeffe Museum Santa Fe, NM
The Wideness and Wonder of the World
O'Keeffe's New Mexico
O'Keeffe's Far Wide Texas
Abstract Nature
My New Yorks
Preserving a Legacy Frames of Mine

Related Posts:
Georgia O'Keeffe's PaintBox  
Video Post of the PaintBox 
Santa Fe, NM 2016

Georgia O'Keeffe's Home and Studio Tour in Abiquiu

1 comment:

Roberta Warshaw said...

Thanks for posting all about this wonderful trip. I hope to get out to see her place at some point when I am finally living out that way in a few months. When I first started painting back in the 1970's, she was my very first influence. She was still alive and still painting......All my paintings had her mark on them. My flowers, my mountains. You name it. I read everything about her life. Her realationships. It took me down a rabbit hope of reading about Stigleitz, Luhan, DH Lawrence. You name it.
After a while I became influenced by other artists and she slipped into the background. Thank you again for bringing it all back to me. Like seeing an old friend.....