georgia o'keeffe

A new show at the Brooklyn Museum celebrates how the artist used fashion and photography to craft her persona.
Not a vegetarian, she enjoyed occasional organic free-range beef and chicken, and ground whole-wheat flour on her electric
A gorgeous new book, Pen to Paper: Artists Handwritten Letters, edited by Smithsonian curator of manuscripts Mary Savig, underscores
Most recently La Borie embellishes her work by sewing or weaving in thread or yarn. Surprise is a welcome by product of this
As I drove through New Mexico on my way to and from Los Alamos, I savored the landscape and pondered "The Land of Enchantment." As with women from every other state, women with ties to New Mexico have made significant contributions to U.S. history and culture.
In honor of International Women's Day and the #5womenartists campaign, we're recognizing the women who left a mark on art history.
There I was with a glass of wine in one hand and a paint brush in the other. As I created a real painting on the canvas, I marveled as I thought this was a talent I did not possess.
The good news: Georgia is a uniquely American chronicle -- told by O'Keeffe -- that starts with the importance of a good story and a killer bod. Does that sound uncannily like the techniques used to make careers for women a century later? Yes, and to degree that may shock purists.