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Georgia O’keeffe Paintings

Posted by believer1 on March 11, 2010

I was introduced to Georgia O’Keeffe’s work during my undergraduate work.  I was totally fascinated by her paintings of the insides of flowers. 

Her skeleton paintings use to seem haunting to me.  Now I think they have a certain strength to them.  This one looks like a hawk. 

This painting is completely new to me.  I love her bold use of color here. 

I really enjoy looking at her close up paintings of flowers.  They inspired me to take close up photos of flowers, and some of those turned out really well. 

This painting is new to me as well.  I particularly enjoy the shape of the house.

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5 Responses to “Georgia O’keeffe Paintings”

  1. acilius said

    Those are great! Thanks for sharing them. The house is very surprising, it has the depth that you usually associate with the artist, but at the same time another kind of energy. It looks like it might spin off the canvas and land on you.

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