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Georgia O'Keeffe (2009) Bob Balaban

Georgia O’Keeffe, a pioneer of the modern art movement and one of the most famous American female artists, captured through her abstract depictions of large flowers, animal skulls and the landscape of the Southwest, the power, the emotional pull and perception of abstraction in art. 975 more words

Film Reviews

In the Footsteps of Creative Women

I’ve always been drawn to the Southwest. Perhaps it’s because there are so many stark contrasts to my native Pacific Northwest. Lush, wet greens replaced by dusty pinks, light and dryness instead of wet grays. 923 more words


Art Institute of Chicago 2/13/2018

This past Tuesday, I had the pleasure of visiting the Art Institute of Chicago (AI), which is conveniently located just south of Millennium Park at 111 S Michigan Ave. 805 more words

Divine Comedy of Love

How odd?

This small window of opportunity.

A brisk period of time to dust love off and let it shine.

Vows of devotion…a bit brutish and unkind. 98 more words


PROSE: At the Lake by Ronnie Angel Pope

Writer and Artist, Ronnie Angel Pope, is currently based in Cardiff. Her work considers themes of pilgrimage and the ‘honoring’ of place, whist crafting narrative surrounding the inanimate world and its interaction with the human sphere. 649 more words

Female Artist of the Month: Georgia O'Keeffe

Happy Monday everyone! Can you believe that this Wednesday is Valentine’s Day? Uh goodbye diet me, hello discount chocolate me!

I really do feel like this year is already flying by. 715 more words


Muse'd: Georgia O'Keeffe

“Georgia O’Keeffe was never afraid of standing out. She had a certain fearlessness and a conviction of who she was and what she needed to do to make the art she was called to make… (She was) someone who did not worry about fitting into a mainstream conception of what a woman should look like and how a woman should dress, of what and how a woman should paint.” Barron Bailly… 1,732 more words