One of the greatest and most admired artists of the twentieth century, Georgia O’Keeffe led a life rich in intense relationships—with family, friends, and especially with fellow artist Alfred Stieglitz. Her extraordinary accomplishments, such as the often eroticized flowers, bones, stones, and skulls she painted with such command, are all the more remarkable when seen in the context of the struggle she waged between the rigorous demands of love and work.
“The best book ever written on O’Keeffe. . . . An invaluable resource.” -- Calvin Tomkins, New Yorker
The Art Book Club meets monthly to connect and converse about exceptional female artists biographical books followed by an art dive with playful wonder into their world by painting, drawing, and even sketching at a garden in their style. No art experience necessary, just a curious heart. All are welcome to join!
Participation fee for materials $5.
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