Georgia O'Keeffe Study

I'm always looking to the masters for inspiration and work study. Working with different color palettes and forms is a way of experimenting. Currently, I'm obsessing over the palettes of Georgia O'Keeffe. 

Often referred to as a foremother of the feminist art movement, O'Keeffe is known for her bold flowers and colorful landscapes. One of my favorite quotes of O'Keeffe when faced with failing eyesight due to macular degeneration is: 

“I can see what I want to paint. The thing that makes you want to create is still there.”

All-in-all she was super talented, total bad ass and was using millennial pink before it was a thing, aka total trendsetter.

Photo: Artnet

Photo: Artnet

Photo: FAJO Magazine
Photo: FAJO Magazine
Photo: Art Docent

Photo: Art Docent