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Photo by John loengard

“The river rafters competed with one another to collect unusual stones on their voyage, and Porter found a perfectly round, shiny black rock. 211 more words


"Florals... For Spring..? Groundbreaking"

I first set my eyes on Carolina Herrera’s SS15 look on Instagram and I sincerely thought it was breathtaking.

I’ve watched The Devil Wears Prada too many times to know that florals for spring is so cliché! 172 more words


Sunflower Paintings

Mrs. Janock, Ms. Johnson, and Mrs. Nigro’s students leapt right into a painting project this week.  I saw sunflowers for sale at the grocery store and couldn’t resist! 137 more words


Grade 7 Are Preparing For a Georgia O'Keeffe Unit


This is one of my favourite units which I taught two years ago with my students in Ghana. They still talk about Georgia O’Keeffe so I thought I’d bring the fun to Vietnam. 142 more words

Grade 7

Abstraction II

photo of Georgia O’keeffe’s Jack-in-the-pulpit vi, 1930 from o’keeffe by brita benke


Dear Georgia,

I was thinking today of your series of paintings of Jack-in-the-pulpits where you moved closer and closer to the spadix in each painting, until it is not recognizable for what it is yet it tells the whole story. 396 more words


I'll Never Make any Monet

I like Art.  I’m not a big, in-your-face artsy person, but I enjoy art.  I didn’t especially care for looking at The Blue Boy when I was in grade school, or pre-Columbian art in college, but somewhere in the middle I learned about Monet, Degas, Mondrian, Seurat, O’Keeffe, Tiffany, the Hudson River School, Rockwell, Adams and others. 396 more words

Random Acts Of Life

Just Because: Georgia O'Keeffe, Summer Days (1936)

For the unofficial end of summer.

Georgia O’KeeffeSummer Days, 1936. Oil on canvas, 36 × 30 in. (91.4 × 76.2 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; gift of Calvin Klein 94.171.

Image via Whitney Museum website.

Just Because