(1887-1986), Single Lily with Red, 1928, [oil on wood, 12 x 6.5/16 in.
Caption: Georgia O'Keeffe
's Jimson Weed/White Rower No.
Some of the National Parks Arts Foundation sponsors are: The Georgia O'Keeffe
Museum, the Las Vegas Arts Council, a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, and the National Parks Arts Foundation.
Dodge, who was a close friend of Gertrude Stein, was a prominent figure in the art scenes of New York, Florence, and Santa Barbara, but her Taos salon really took off, especially after she married Tony Luhan, a Pueblo Indian, and it attracted Emma Goldman, Georgia O'Keeffe
, Willa Cather, Margaret Sanger, Martha Graham, and many others.
Lynes (curator, Georgia O'Keeffe
Museum, Santa Fe) and Lopes, who worked for O'Keeffe from 1974 until the artist's death, explore the history of O'Keeffe's famous houses in Ghost Ranch and Abiquiu, New Mexico and the relationship they played in the artist's personal and professional life.
It pays tribute to 13 groundbreaking Americans, from the first president, George Washington, to baseball great Jackie Robinson to artist Georgia O'Keeffe
The Inspirational book is a tribute to 13 Americans, from the first president, George Washington, to baseball great Jackie Robinson to artist Georgia O'Keeffe
. President Obama's 40-page book will have a first printing of 500,000 illustrated copies.
Pyne wrote early sections of this book during her period as scholar-in-residence at the Georgia O'Keeffe
Museum Research Center in Santa Fe.
Ghost Ranch is a 21,000-acre expanse of northern New Mexico brought to notice from Georgia O'Keeffe
's attachment to the area as displayed in her paintings and in the words in the book's Afterword and elsewhere.
Compiled and edited by Karen Moss, and featuring essays by Timothy Rodgers, Sharyn Udall, and Michael Zakian, "Illumination--the Paintings of Georgia O'Keeffe
, Agnes Pelton, Agnes Martin, and Florence Pierce" is an incredibly striking collection of four American women artists whose work spans the twentieth century.
THE WORKS of iconic American artists Georgia O'Keeffe
and Ansel Adams are focused on beauty in nature, and transform these elements with colour and tone.