Posts Tagged ‘Georgia O’Keeffe’

While visiting the Baltimore Museum of Art this week we got to see some of the permanent collection including these two wonderful paintings….Bonnard’s Luncheon Table and O’Keeffe’s Pink Tulip. Included here are the descriptions on display by the works.


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Camp 6 Day 4 OKeeffe Calla Lily.jpgYesterday was the last day of Art Camp for this summer.  We had a fabulous group of painters who created amazing paintings.  Great job everyone!

And yesterday the girls painted this O’Keeffe Calla Lily.  Isn’t it beautiful??!!

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Camp 6 Day 1 OKeeffe Barn.jpgWe studied Georgia O’Keeffe at Art Camp yesterday and recreated the beautiful Red Barn that she painted in 1928.  They look GREAT!  Nice work painters.

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Famous Painters Night-O'Keeffe Poppy

Famous Painters Night-O’Keeffe Poppy

Last night was the first Famous Painters Party at The Studio.  We are planning to meet once a month to recreate a famous painting by some of our favorite artists.  Last night it was Georgia O’Keeffe’s Red Poppy.  Everyone did a wonderful job.  They look terrific.

Next month we will meet on September 29th and it will be Van Gogh Sunflowers!  Plan to join us.  Registration info will be posted soon.

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Art Camp O'KeeffeOur 5 and 6 year old art campers did a beautiful painting like O’Keeffe’s Shell.  They did a wonderful job.

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Art Camp Week 1 Day 1 O'keefeDay 2 of the first week of Art Camp saw us painting a huge Red Poppy just like Georgia O’Keeffe.  Excellent job everyone.

Next week we have Art Camp for ages 5-6.   Be sure to sign up your aspiring artist.  Click here for more info.

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Georgia O'Keeffe

Georgia O’Keeffe

O'Keeffe Poppy

O’Keeffe Poppy

Born November 15, 1887, Georgia O’Keeffe was an American artist who became known for her large floral blossom paintings, bone paintings, and landscapes around her New Mexico home.  She is often called the “Mother of American Modernism”.  Her vision was unique and she stood by it often saying that her work spoke for her and it  didn’t need her words to enhance it.

Almost everyone will recognize an O’Keeffe painting when seeing one as it has a distinct look and style.  She lived until 1986. You can learn more about her by visiting the O’Keeffe Museum website here.

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