Georgia O'Keeffe Museum

Georgia O'Keeffe Museum Explore the remarkable life of Georgia O’Keeffe. The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico, opened to the public in July 1997, eleven years after the death of the artist from whom it takes its name.

Welcoming visitors from all over the world, it is the only museum in the United States dedicated to an internationally-known woman artist.

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Our 2021 Art & Leadership Program is underway!This program provides participants in Santa Fe, ages 11-13 years, with opp...
06/16/2021

Our 2021 Art & Leadership Program is underway!

This program provides participants in Santa Fe, ages 11-13 years, with opportunities for independent thinking, skill-building, problem solving and the development of their artistic talents. The program focuses on self-discovery and the exploration of creativity through art making, writing, music, and movement exercises.

The program offers a safe space and open platform for self-expression and inquiry by facilitating an environment that can accommodate discussions in a mature way on topics such as stereotypes, race, class, and gender norms with the goals of working towards healthy self-esteem and positive leadership skills.

Teachers in Santa Fe area schools nominate children who are leaving Elementary School to participate in the O’Keeffe Art & Leadership Programs the summer before they join Middle School. These students are then invited to participate in the Art & Leadership program free of charge for every summer until they join High School. Pre-adolescent youth who are interested in art who reside in Santa Fe and surrounding rural communities are given priority for attendance.

The COVID-19 Pandemic has created a unique opportunity for the O’Keeffe Museum to re-examine the longstanding gender-based model of the Art and Leadership Program. This has been a difficult time for New Mexico children and their families, and the arts has been a place of respite for so many. The creation of much smaller pods of students – regardless of gender identity – allows participants and staff to maintain a safe distance from one another and pivot if health mandates require.

Art & Leadership Participants in O'Keeffe Museum Galleries, 2021. ©️ Georgia O’Keeffe Museum.

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Our 2021 Art & Leadership Program is underway!

This program provides participants in Santa Fe, ages 11-13 years, with opportunities for independent thinking, skill-building, problem solving and the development of their artistic talents. The program focuses on self-discovery and the exploration of creativity through art making, writing, music, and movement exercises.

The program offers a safe space and open platform for self-expression and inquiry by facilitating an environment that can accommodate discussions in a mature way on topics such as stereotypes, race, class, and gender norms with the goals of working towards healthy self-esteem and positive leadership skills.

Teachers in Santa Fe area schools nominate children who are leaving Elementary School to participate in the O’Keeffe Art & Leadership Programs the summer before they join Middle School. These students are then invited to participate in the Art & Leadership program free of charge for every summer until they join High School. Pre-adolescent youth who are interested in art who reside in Santa Fe and surrounding rural communities are given priority for attendance.

The COVID-19 Pandemic has created a unique opportunity for the O’Keeffe Museum to re-examine the longstanding gender-based model of the Art and Leadership Program. This has been a difficult time for New Mexico children and their families, and the arts has been a place of respite for so many. The creation of much smaller pods of students – regardless of gender identity – allows participants and staff to maintain a safe distance from one another and pivot if health mandates require.

Art & Leadership Participants in O'Keeffe Museum Galleries, 2021. ©️ Georgia O’Keeffe Museum.

#OKeeffeInspired #SantaFe

Motivational Mondays with O’Keeffe“Making your unknown known is the important thing – and keeping the unknown always bey...
06/14/2021

Motivational Mondays with O’Keeffe

“Making your unknown known is the important thing – and keeping the unknown always beyond you.” – Georgia O’Keeffe

Georgia O’Keeffe had an appetite for adventure, which is clearly presented in this photograph taken by O’Keeffe’s friend Maria Chabot.

O’Keeffe was driven by her passion for living and her desire to examine the unfamiliar, always chasing the unknown.

As we enter a new week, how are you spending it? Be inspired by O’Keeffe’s adventuresome spirit and try something new.

Maria Chabot. Georgia O'Keeffe Hitching a Ride to Abiquiu with Maurice Grosser, 1944. Gelatin silver print, 8 x 10. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of Maria Chabot. © Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. [RC.2001.2.140e]

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Motivational Mondays with O’Keeffe

“Making your unknown known is the important thing – and keeping the unknown always beyond you.” – Georgia O’Keeffe

Georgia O’Keeffe had an appetite for adventure, which is clearly presented in this photograph taken by O’Keeffe’s friend Maria Chabot.

O’Keeffe was driven by her passion for living and her desire to examine the unfamiliar, always chasing the unknown.

As we enter a new week, how are you spending it? Be inspired by O’Keeffe’s adventuresome spirit and try something new.

Maria Chabot. Georgia O'Keeffe Hitching a Ride to Abiquiu with Maurice Grosser, 1944. Gelatin silver print, 8 x 10. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of Maria Chabot. © Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. [RC.2001.2.140e]

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06/11/2021

Following Enchantment's Line

Join us Thursday, June 24th, at 6:00 PM MDT for an evening of dance and beauty. The event will include the premiere of Following Enchantment’s Line followed by a panel discussion with the artists.

The Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian and the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum have partnered to produce a short film, Following Enchantment’s Line, celebrating the diverse cultural connections of Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Following Enchantment’s Line draws inspiration from the lines, shadows, and light seen across the northern New Mexico landscape which has influenced many artists throughout time.

Directed by acclaimed filmmaker and artist Steven J. Yazzie (Diné/Laguna Pueblo/Anglo), the film showcases nationally renowned dancers Jock Soto (Navajo/Puerto Rican) and Harrison Coll. The soundscape features the music of classical composer Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate (Chickasaw Nation). Coll has studied dance with Soto for 17 years at the School of American Ballet, the official school of New York City Ballet. This project marks the first time they are performing together.

Register through the link below or the link in our bio. Event is free.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/premiere-of-following-enchantments-line-tickets-155863390597

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Georgia O’Keeffe’s fascination with shells began in her childhood, though she grew up far from the ocean in rural Wiscon...
06/09/2021

Georgia O’Keeffe’s fascination with shells began in her childhood, though she grew up far from the ocean in rural Wisconsin.

The artist recalls, “When I was small and went to visit my O’Keeffe grandmother [father's mother], I sometimes got into the parlor by myself and would take a shell from the ‘whatnot,’ a set of fancy shelves between two windows. The shelves held many things I was not to touch but when I got in there alone I would take a shell from the whatnot and hold it close to my ear. I had been told that the sound I heard was the sound of the sea – I had not heard the sea at that time but it was wonderful to me to listen to it in the shell. So when I grew up and went where there were shells I was always looking for them.”

O'Keeffe began a some of her earliest seashell depictions in 1926 during a series of trips to coastal Maine and Lake George, New York. At the time, she was just beginning to come into her own style. Her focus on shells and other aquatic subject matter, were often done on an intimate scale, demonstrating the tenuous balance she was exploring between abstraction and realism.

Later in life, O’Keeffe reflected on shells as subject matter, “I have picked up shells along the coast of Maine – farther south, in the Bermudas and Bahamas I found conch shells along the pure sandy beaches. Then when I was in Yucatan out on the beach from Merida there were fine bleached white shells in the undergrowth where the water must have washed them up… Each shell was a beautiful world in itself… Even now, living in the desert, the sea comes back to me when I hold one to my ear.”

Where in the world have you collected seashells? Let us know in the comments! 💙

Georgia O'Keeffe. Shell No. 2, 1928. Oil on board, 9 1/4 x 7 1/4 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of The Burnett Foundation. © Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. [1997.6.37]

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Georgia O’Keeffe’s fascination with shells began in her childhood, though she grew up far from the ocean in rural Wisconsin.

The artist recalls, “When I was small and went to visit my O’Keeffe grandmother [father's mother], I sometimes got into the parlor by myself and would take a shell from the ‘whatnot,’ a set of fancy shelves between two windows. The shelves held many things I was not to touch but when I got in there alone I would take a shell from the whatnot and hold it close to my ear. I had been told that the sound I heard was the sound of the sea – I had not heard the sea at that time but it was wonderful to me to listen to it in the shell. So when I grew up and went where there were shells I was always looking for them.”

O'Keeffe began a some of her earliest seashell depictions in 1926 during a series of trips to coastal Maine and Lake George, New York. At the time, she was just beginning to come into her own style. Her focus on shells and other aquatic subject matter, were often done on an intimate scale, demonstrating the tenuous balance she was exploring between abstraction and realism.

Later in life, O’Keeffe reflected on shells as subject matter, “I have picked up shells along the coast of Maine – farther south, in the Bermudas and Bahamas I found conch shells along the pure sandy beaches. Then when I was in Yucatan out on the beach from Merida there were fine bleached white shells in the undergrowth where the water must have washed them up… Each shell was a beautiful world in itself… Even now, living in the desert, the sea comes back to me when I hold one to my ear.”

Where in the world have you collected seashells? Let us know in the comments! 💙

Georgia O'Keeffe. Shell No. 2, 1928. Oil on board, 9 1/4 x 7 1/4 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of The Burnett Foundation. © Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. [1997.6.37]

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Motivational Mondays with O’Keeffe"I want real things – live people to take hold of – to see – to talk to – Music that m...
06/07/2021

Motivational Mondays with O’Keeffe

"I want real things – live people to take hold of – to see – to talk to – Music that makes holes in the sky." Georgia O'Keeffe in a letter to Anita Pollitzer, 1916.

What stands out to you in this watercolor? How does it make you feel? Let us know in the comments! 💙

Wishing you a vibrant week!

Georgia O'Keeffe. Sunrise and Little Clouds No. II, 1916. Watercolor on paper, 8 7/8 x 12 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of The Burnett Foundation. © Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. [1997.18.1]

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[Image description: Loose watercolor with bands of horizontal colors: a strip of muddy brown along the bottom, layered above with a bleeding line of reddish to yellow in the middle. Above it turns to purplish-blue dotted with scattered orange areas as if small clouds.]

Motivational Mondays with O’Keeffe

"I want real things – live people to take hold of – to see – to talk to – Music that makes holes in the sky." Georgia O'Keeffe in a letter to Anita Pollitzer, 1916.

What stands out to you in this watercolor? How does it make you feel? Let us know in the comments! 💙

Wishing you a vibrant week!

Georgia O'Keeffe. Sunrise and Little Clouds No. II, 1916. Watercolor on paper, 8 7/8 x 12 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of The Burnett Foundation. © Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. [1997.18.1]

#GeorgiaOKeeffe #OKeeffeInspired

[Image description: Loose watercolor with bands of horizontal colors: a strip of muddy brown along the bottom, layered above with a bleeding line of reddish to yellow in the middle. Above it turns to purplish-blue dotted with scattered orange areas as if small clouds.]

“When I first saw the Abiquiu house it was a ruin with an adobe wall around the garden broken in a couple places by fall...
06/04/2021

“When I first saw the Abiquiu house it was a ruin with an adobe wall around the garden broken in a couple places by falling trees. As I climbed and walked about in the ruin I found a patio with a very pretty well house and bucket to draw up water. It was a good sized patio with a long wall with a door on one side. The wall with a door in it was something I had to have. It took me ten years to get it—three more years to fix up the house so I could live in it—and after that the wall with a door was painted many times.” - Georgia O'Keeffe⁠

The black door would prove to be an endless source of inspiration for O’Keeffe, who executed twenty-two paintings of the subject between 1946 and 1960. Painted black, the entryway acts as a stark contrast for the earthy amber of the adobe walls, and O’Keeffe employed this feature to divide the compositional space in every one of her Patio paintings. ⁠

What aspect of your home inspires you? Do you have a garden, a fruit tree, or a lovely piece of furniture that makes your space feel special? Let us know in the comments! 💙

Georgia O'Keeffe. Patio Door with Green Leaf, 1956. Oil on canvas, 36 x 30 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of The Burnett Foundation and The Georgia O'Keeffe Foundation. © Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. [1997.4.14]

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“When I first saw the Abiquiu house it was a ruin with an adobe wall around the garden broken in a couple places by falling trees. As I climbed and walked about in the ruin I found a patio with a very pretty well house and bucket to draw up water. It was a good sized patio with a long wall with a door on one side. The wall with a door in it was something I had to have. It took me ten years to get it—three more years to fix up the house so I could live in it—and after that the wall with a door was painted many times.” - Georgia O'Keeffe⁠

The black door would prove to be an endless source of inspiration for O’Keeffe, who executed twenty-two paintings of the subject between 1946 and 1960. Painted black, the entryway acts as a stark contrast for the earthy amber of the adobe walls, and O’Keeffe employed this feature to divide the compositional space in every one of her Patio paintings. ⁠

What aspect of your home inspires you? Do you have a garden, a fruit tree, or a lovely piece of furniture that makes your space feel special? Let us know in the comments! 💙

Georgia O'Keeffe. Patio Door with Green Leaf, 1956. Oil on canvas, 36 x 30 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of The Burnett Foundation and The Georgia O'Keeffe Foundation. © Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. [1997.4.14]

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O’Keeffe was deeply affected by elements from nature that surrounded her; we certainly know that she painted the details...
06/02/2021

O’Keeffe was deeply affected by elements from nature that surrounded her; we certainly know that she painted the details she observed in a flower, but she also collected other natural items such as rocks, shells, sun-bleached bones, and feathers.

“I have wanted to paint the desert and I haven’t known how. I always think that I cannot stay with it long enough. So I brought home the bleached bones as my symbols of the desert. To me they are as beautiful as anything I know. To me they are strangely more living than the animals walking around–hair, eyes and all with their tails switching. The bones seem to cut sharply to the center of something that is keenly alive on the desert even though it is vast and empty and untouchable–and knows no kindness with all its beauty.” Georgia O'Keeffe, 1943.

What is something that deeply affects your creative process? Let us know in the comments! 💙

Alfred Stieglitz. Georgia O'Keeffe - Hands and Horse Skull, 1931. Gelatin silver print, 7 5/8 x 9 9/16 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Museum Purchase. [2014.3.81]

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O’Keeffe was deeply affected by elements from nature that surrounded her; we certainly know that she painted the details she observed in a flower, but she also collected other natural items such as rocks, shells, sun-bleached bones, and feathers.

“I have wanted to paint the desert and I haven’t known how. I always think that I cannot stay with it long enough. So I brought home the bleached bones as my symbols of the desert. To me they are as beautiful as anything I know. To me they are strangely more living than the animals walking around–hair, eyes and all with their tails switching. The bones seem to cut sharply to the center of something that is keenly alive on the desert even though it is vast and empty and untouchable–and knows no kindness with all its beauty.” Georgia O'Keeffe, 1943.

What is something that deeply affects your creative process? Let us know in the comments! 💙

Alfred Stieglitz. Georgia O'Keeffe - Hands and Horse Skull, 1931. Gelatin silver print, 7 5/8 x 9 9/16 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Museum Purchase. [2014.3.81]

#OKeeffe #OKeeffeInspired #AlfredStieglitz

Motivational Mondays with O'KeeffeNothing is impossible.As this new week begins, open your mind to new possibilities and...
05/31/2021

Motivational Mondays with O'Keeffe

Nothing is impossible.

As this new week begins, open your mind to new possibilities and the unexpected.

Georgia O'Keeffe. Untitled (Abstraction Black Shape), 1970s. Watercolor on paper, 30 1/4 x 22 3/8 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of The Georgia O'Keeffe Foundation. © Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. [2006.5.538]

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Motivational Mondays with O'Keeffe

Nothing is impossible.

As this new week begins, open your mind to new possibilities and the unexpected.

Georgia O'Keeffe. Untitled (Abstraction Black Shape), 1970s. Watercolor on paper, 30 1/4 x 22 3/8 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of The Georgia O'Keeffe Foundation. © Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. [2006.5.538]

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From the New Mexico Rail Runner Express station at the Santa Fe Railyard, take the Santa Fe Pick-Up shuttle to the plaza. The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum is a short walk northwest of the plaza. (To walk directly from the railyard, go north on Guadalupe, then east on Johnson.) www.nmrailrunner.com Also, the Museum is located just two blocks of the Santa Fe Trails public transit's downtown transit center. www.santafenm.gov, then click Public Transportation and Parking

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The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, in Santa Fe, New Mexico, opened to the public in July 1997, eleven years after the death of our namesake artist. A visit to the O’Keeffe Museum offers insight not only into the artist’s paintings, but also her creative process and the light and landscape that inspired her. In addition to the main Museum campus in Santa Fe, the O’Keeffe Museum maintains O’Keeffe’s two homes and studios in northern New Mexico, a research center and library, and a variety of collections relating to O’Keeffe and modern art.

One of the most significant artists of the 20th century, Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986) was devoted to creating imagery that expressed what she called “the wideness and wonder of the world as I live in it.” O’Keeffe’s images—instantly recognizable as her own —include abstractions, large-scale depictions of flowers, leaves, rocks, shells, bones and other natural forms, New York cityscapes and paintings of the unusual shapes and colors of architectural and landscape forms of northern New Mexico.

The Museum’s collections of over 3,000 works comprises 140 O’Keeffe oil paintings, nearly 700 drawings, and hundreds of additional works dating from 1901 to 1984, the year failing eyesight forced O’Keeffe into retirement. Throughout the year, visitors can see a changing selection of these works. In addition, the Museum presents exhibitions that are either devoted entirely to O’Keeffe’s work or combine examples of her art with works by her American modernist contemporaries.

In 2006, the Museum took responsibility for the care and preservation of O’Keeffe’s home and studio along the Chama River in Abiquiu, New Mexico, about an hour north of Santa Fe. A national historic landmark and one of the most important artistic sites in the United States, the home where the artist lived and worked is open for tours by appointment. O’Keeffe’s first home in New Mexico, about 30 minutes northwest of Abiquiu at the Ghost Ranch is also cared for by the Museum though it is not currently open to the public.

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I remember when Miss O'Keeffe said, "I lived through 2 wars, a depression, and Stieglitz." If she was alive now, she would have a fourth ordeal to mention.
Thought you all would want to know if you didn't before..
Having just finished Britta Benke's 2018 book "O'Keeffe", I was curious to learn more about the artist's time in southern Virginia, specifically when she attended Chatham Episcopal Institute. It turns out this school is still very much in business, and quite proud of its O'Keeffe connection.
Just Bought another O’Keeffe book yesterday - just can’t get enough!
This is one of the best museum pages I've seen. It does honor to both Georgia O'Keeffe and your museum. There is very little clutter. Examples of your collection are ample. The most impressive aspect of your page is the artwork and its relation to the landscape. For someone in New Jersey, this relationship is important to understanding her art.
Well my feed glitches out, but "In the Patio" that you posted today was from the San Diego Museum of Art.
A freelance journalist from Denver fills BBC readers in on the "Bisti Badlands".
Its lovely... do stop n check it out.