Introducing painter extraordinaire, Ms. Georgia O'Keeffe (1887-1986) - a lady who danced to the beat of her own drum. She lived in a New Mexican adobe home from 1945 until her death. When first purchased, it was in shambles and so she fixed it up with the help of her friend Maria Chabot. Hello! #aheadofhertime
Take a moment and soak in some of her spectacular Southwestern inspired paintings.
'Light Coming on the Plains l, ll & lll' 1917
'The White Flower' 1932
'Black Mesa Landscape, New Mexico/Out Back of Marie's II' 1930
'Ranchos Church' 1930
'Ram's Head, Blue Morning Glory' 1938
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'Pelvis IV' 1944
Please leave a comment below if Georgia's work inspires you in any way. Does it bring up a feeling for you?
I think it is serene and strong and just so gorgeous. My own art & design is constantly inspired by other artist's work.
I hope you enjoyed this little creative break in your day.
Have a wonderful end to your week,
with love and gratitude,