Georgia O'Keeffe Museum

Georgia O'Keeffe Museum A Great American Artist. A Great American Story. 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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Get a peek of the Museum Store pop-up in our courtyard! It's one of the many ways we're following COVID-safe practices t...
09/18/2020

Get a peek of the Museum Store pop-up in our courtyard! It's one of the many ways we're following COVID-safe practices to provide a relaxing, enjoyable experience for our Santa Fe visitors. Member preview days start tomorrow and the public reopening happens Sep. 25!

Can't get to Santa Fe, but need some O'Keeffe flair in your life? Shop our Museum Store Online: https://www.okeeffemuseum.org/store/. #okeeffeinspired

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In 1939, Georgia O’Keeffe traveled to Hawai’i to find inspiration for a commercial assignment for the Hawaiian Pineapple...
09/16/2020

In 1939, Georgia O’Keeffe traveled to Hawai’i to find inspiration for a commercial assignment for the Hawaiian Pineapple Company (now Dole). While in Maui, she took a photo of this canoe shed. What about this shed do you think caught her attention? What catches yours? #okeeffeinspired #oldhawaii #maui

Georgia O'Keeffe. Canoe Shed at Wai'anapanapa Black Sand Beach, Hana, Maui, Hawaii, 1939. Gelatin silver print, 2 5/16 x 2 13/16 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of The Georgia O'Keeffe Foundation. © Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. [2006.6.1110]

Before The Home Edit , there was Georgia O'Keeffe. How do you organize your home? Everything in its place, or clutter ma...
09/11/2020

Before The Home Edit , there was Georgia O'Keeffe.

How do you organize your home? Everything in its place, or clutter makes cozy? #okeeffeinspired

Photo: Krysta Jabczenski, 2019. © Georgia O’Keeffe Museum

The colors of autumn caught Georgia O'Keeffe's eye. This gorgeous gathering of apples reminds us of the earthy delights ...
09/09/2020

The colors of autumn caught Georgia O'Keeffe's eye. This gorgeous gathering of apples reminds us of the earthy delights that fall brings. What are some of your favorites of the season's simple pleasures?

Georgia O'Keeffe. Apple Family-2, 1920. Oil on canvas, 8 1/8 x 10 1/8 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of The Burnett Foundation and The Georgia O'Keeffe Foundation. © Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. [1997.4.3

SAVE THE DATES! The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe, NM, will reopen to the public on September 25, 2020.  O’Keeffe ...
09/02/2020

SAVE THE DATES! The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe, NM, will reopen to the public on September 25, 2020. O’Keeffe Museum members will have early access to the site for previews on September 19, 20, 21, and 24.

Tickets for scheduled entry times will be required and soon available for purchase on our website, gokm.org. In the meantime, we're getting making the Museum Galleries safe and spiffy for you!

We can't wait to see you!

Photo: Georgia O'Keeffe Museum Exterior. Narrative Media, 2018. © Georgia O'Keeffe Museum

For all of the students not able to have the traditional college experience this fall, here’s a daydream from Georgia O’...
08/31/2020

For all of the students not able to have the traditional college experience this fall, here’s a daydream from Georgia O’Keeffe’s school days. . . As a young art student, Georgia O’Keeffe found creative inspiration in the University of Virginia’s beautiful campus. What do you love about the back-to-school season?

Georgia O'Keeffe. Untitled (University of Virginia), Scrapbook of UVA, 1912-1914. Watercolor on paper, 11 7/8 x 9 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of The Georgia O'Keeffe Foundation. © Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. [2006.5.614]

The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico, will re-open soon! We are working hard to get our galleries ready t...
08/29/2020

The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico, will re-open soon! We are working hard to get our galleries ready to welcome you back, and will share important details with dates and guidelines in the upcoming days. Keep an eye on our website and social media for updates.

In the meantime, enjoy our online programs, creative activities, and stay #okeeffeinspired!

Happy International Dog Day! Enjoy this photo taken by Georgia O'Keeffe of her handsome floof, Jingo. #chowchow Georgia ...
08/26/2020

Happy International Dog Day! Enjoy this photo taken by Georgia O'Keeffe of her handsome floof, Jingo. #chowchow

Georgia O'Keeffe. Jingo, Circa 1972. Chromogenic print, 3 1/2 x 5 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of The Georgia O'Keeffe Foundation. © Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. [2006.6.1344]

In case you missed it. . . Jump over to @NewMexicoPBS to watch our curator Ariel Plotek on ¡Colores! and get a glimpse i...
08/22/2020

In case you missed it. . . Jump over to @NewMexicoPBS to watch our curator Ariel Plotek on ¡Colores! and get a glimpse into Georgia O’Keeffe’s beloved garden! Maybe this will plant a few seeds of creativity? #okeeffeinspired

For years, audiences and experts have assumed the painting represented a stormy night scene at Lake George, New York, wh...
08/21/2020

For years, audiences and experts have assumed the painting represented a stormy night scene at Lake George, New York, where O’Keeffe and her husband Alfred Stieglitz regularly visited his family’s estate. Yet current conservation that removes the layers of shiny film reveals that the painting actually depicts an afternoon tempest. The revelation is also notable because researchers believe it to be Georgia O’Keeffe’s earliest known use of matte-textured paints.

Watch a video about the discovery: https://www.okeeffemuseum.org/installation/storm-cloud-lake-george/

Georgia O'Keeffe. Storm Cloud, Lake George, 1923. Oil on canvas, 18 x 30 1/8 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of The Burnett Foundation. © Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. [2007.1.18] https://collections.okeeffemuseum.org/object/156/

The painting Jack in the Pulpit IV from 1930 in the National Gallery of Art collection is part of a series of six canvas...
08/19/2020

The painting Jack in the Pulpit IV from 1930 in the National Gallery of Art collection is part of a series of six canvases where the artist has depicted this common North American herbaceous flowering plant at Lake George in New York. Beginning with the striped and hooded bloom rendered with a botanist’s eye, these Georgia O’Keeffe flower paintings subsequently evolved towards the abstraction, ending with the essence of the flower, a black pistil painted against a black, purple and gray background. This canvas represents a midpoint in the process. Presenting a magnified view of the spadix set against the spathe’s cavernous, dark purple interior, the composition is bifurcated by a narrow strip of white. Believing that the immanence of nature could be discovered in and through the refinement of form, she uses abstraction as an equivalent for knowledge. The most profound knowledge of the subject, embodied in its closest view, reveals its abstract form.

Georgia O'Keeffe. Jack-in-the-Pulpit No. IV, 1930. Oil on canvas. National Gallery of Art, Washington, Alfred Stieglitz Collection, Bequest of Georgia O'Keeffe
Source: https://www.nga.gov/collection/art-object-page.70179.html#entry

Georgia O'Keeffe. Green Lines and Pink, 1919. Take a closer look by visiting Collections Online: https://collections.oke...
08/17/2020

Georgia O'Keeffe. Green Lines and Pink, 1919.
Take a closer look by visiting Collections Online: https://collections.okeeffemuseum.org/object/37/

Oil on canvas, 18 x 10 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of The Burnett Foundation and The Georgia O'Keeffe Foundation.
[1997.5.7]

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08/14/2020
Family Activity: Mini Personal Museum - Georgia O'Keeffe Museum

Are you missing the museum? Make your own with this new family activity!

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There are a large variety of museums around the world: museums dedicated to art, history, science, cars, music, sports, etc. The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum

Who's enjoying gardens more than ever this year?Todd Webb. Georgia O'Keeffe's Chow, 1966. Gelatin silver print, 9 3/8 x ...
08/11/2020

Who's enjoying gardens more than ever this year?

Todd Webb. Georgia O'Keeffe's Chow, 1966. Gelatin silver print, 9 3/8 x 7 1/4 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of The Georgia O'Keeffe Foundation [2006.6.586]

Can you see music?Painting in the collection of the @artinstitutechi.Georgia O'Keeffe. Blue and Green Music, 1921. Oil o...
08/09/2020

Can you see music?

Painting in the collection of the @artinstitutechi.

Georgia O'Keeffe. Blue and Green Music, 1921. Oil on canvas. The Art Institute of Chicago, Alfred Stieglitz Collection, gift of Georgia O'Keeffe (1969.835)

O’Keeffe had first experimented with abstract forms in 1915, and the interplay between abstraction and representation wo...
08/07/2020

O’Keeffe had first experimented with abstract forms in 1915, and the interplay between abstraction and representation would always inform her style. In 1976 she stated: “The abstraction is often the most definite form for the intangible thing in myself that I can only clarify in paint.” This painting is in the collection of the @whitneymuseum.

Georgia O'Keeffe. Black and White, 1930. Oil on canvas. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; 50th Anniversary Gift of Mr. and Mrs. R. Crosby Kemper [purchase, 1981] (81.9)

“Making an object look like what you see is not as important as making the whole square you paint it on feel like what y...
08/06/2020

“Making an object look like what you see is not as important as making the whole square you paint it on feel like what you feel about the object...If that doesn't mean anything to you don't worry about it— Just go ahead with what you are doing.” - Georgia O'Keeffe in a 1928 letter to her sister Catherine.

Georgia O'Keeffe. Red Barn, 1928. Oil on board. Private collection.

"It was in the late light and the cross stood out—dark against the evening sky. If I turned to the left, away from the c...
08/03/2020

"It was in the late light and the cross stood out—dark against the evening sky. If I turned to the left, away from the cross, I saw the Taos mountain—a beautiful shape. I painted the cross against the mountain though I never saw it that way. I painted it with a red sky and I painted it with a blue sky and stars." - Georgia O'Keeffe as told in the 1976 Viking Press book entitled Georgia O'Keeffe.

Georgia O'Keeffe spent the summer of 1929 in Taos, New Mexico where she was inspired to create works depicting the landscapes, architecture, and the region's religious material culture.

Georgia O’Keeffe, Black Cross with Stars and Blue, 1929. Oil on canvas, 40 x 30 in. Private Collection.

Iconic Georgia O'Keeffe. Photography by Philippe HalsmanWhat is O'Keeffe thinking in this photograph? Let us know in the...
07/30/2020

Iconic Georgia O'Keeffe. Photography by Philippe Halsman

What is O'Keeffe thinking in this photograph? Let us know in the comments! 💙

Philippe Halsman. Georgia O'Keeffe, 1967. Gelatin silver print, 13 5/8 x 10 3/4 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of The Georgia O'Keeffe Foundation. © Philippe Halsman. [2006.6.830]

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In the decade following Georgia O’Keeffe’s move to New York City in 1918, she lived in the city during winter and spring...
07/28/2020

In the decade following Georgia O’Keeffe’s move to New York City in 1918, she lived in the city during winter and spring and retreating to her husband's, Alfred Stieglitz, family compound at Lake George, in upstate New York, during the summer and fall of each year.

During the 1920s and 1930s, they lived in several apartments in New York City, including the Shelton Hotel on the 30th floor. This location inspired O’Keeffe to paint birds-eye views of the East River as well as street-level views of a number of the skyscrapers located in her midtown Manhattan neighborhood.

The twenties were a very creative decade in O’Keeffe's career as she created images of the city from a perspective that was entirely fresh and new at the time.

What city has the best skyline? Let us know in the comments! 💙

Georgia O'Keeffe. River, New York, 1928. Oil on canvas. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Alfred Stieglitz Collection, Bequest of Georgia O'Keeffe, 1986 (1987.377.3) @metmuseum

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“I had brought the skull home and was working in the house at Lake George. It was laying on the kitchen table; I’d been ...
07/26/2020

“I had brought the skull home and was working in the house at Lake George. It was laying on the kitchen table; I’d been looking over a collection of calico flowers like the Mexican women use for their hats, weddings, churches, or funerals. Someone knocked at the door. Without thinking, I stuck the pink rose in the horse’s eye because it was convenient, and went to the door. When I returned, there was the pink rose in the horse’s eye – so amusing it seemed it had to be painted.” - Georgia O'Keeffe

What unexpected moments have inspired you? Let us know in the comments! 💙

This beauty is in the collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. @lacma

Georgia O'Keeffe. Horse's Skull with Pink Rose, 1931. Oil on canvas. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Gift of The Georgia O'Keeffe Foundation (AC1994.159.1)


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“In the evening, with the sun at your back, that high, sage-covered plain looks like an ocean. The color up there—the bl...
07/24/2020

“In the evening, with the sun at your back, that high, sage-covered plain looks like an ocean. The color up there—the blue-green of the sage, and the mountains, and the wild flowers—is a different kind of color from anything I’d ever seen." - Georgia O'Keeffe

In the comments tell us about a landscape that took your breath away? 💙

Ghost Ranch at Dusk
Image: @krystajab_

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Looking for some family fun this weekend? Get out the cameras and try this creative activity from the O'Keeffe Museum! B...
07/24/2020
Family Activity: A Day In the Life - Georgia O'Keeffe Museum

Looking for some family fun this weekend? Get out the cameras and try this creative activity from the O'Keeffe Museum! Be sure to share your photographs as #okeeffeinspired!

Featured image: Todd Webb. Georgia O’Keeffe Photographing the Chama Valley, New Mexico, 1961.

Hundreds of photographs of Georgia O’Keeffe were taken throughout her life, and each one reveals something of her character. Her husband, Alfred

"Painting in my spare time - it's big and it looks like hell let loose with a fried egg in the middle of it - and I'm cr...
07/22/2020

"Painting in my spare time - it's big and it looks like hell let loose with a fried egg in the middle of it - and I'm crazy about it anyway... I feel as though I've burst and done something I hadn't done before." - Georgia O'Keeffe⁣

Many of O'Keeffe's paintings from West Texas have a prominence of red in them. She wrote often about her "red paintings" and "red pictures," including her watercolors and oils inspired by the Palo Duro Canyon as well as her 'Evening Star' series.

In the latter series, the reds of a brilliant sunset contrast with the bright green and yellow glow of Venus, the "evening star," which showed itself on the flat land before the sun had fully set. It was the same lemon yellow that she used in [other paintings from her time in Texas]. (Georgia O'Keeffe: At Home in the Wonderful Nothing, by Amy Von Lintel)

This stunning work is in the collection of the McNay Art Museum, @mcnayart

O'Keeffe described this painting like a fried egg - so we want to know, how do you like your eggs cooked? Let us know in the comments! 💙

Georgia O'Keeffe. Evening Star No. V, 1917. Watercolor on moderately thick, cream, smooth wove paper with a slightly fuzzy feel*. Collection of the McNay Art Museum, Bequest of Helen Miller Jones (1989.36)

O’Keeffe actively sought out dramatic, even surreal-looking objects and landscapes while living part-time in the New Mex...
07/20/2020

O’Keeffe actively sought out dramatic, even surreal-looking objects and landscapes while living part-time in the New Mexico desert, a residency she began in 1929. By juxtaposing them in unexpected ways, she created compositions that are utterly realistic and at the same time surreal, uncanny or abstract.

O’Keeffe made this painting near her Ghost Ranch, New Mexico home, including in it a faithful rendering of the distinctive flat-topped mountain, called Pedernal, that she saw every day from her patio.

O’Keeffe often represented Pedernal as a distant presence in the extreme lower register of her paintings, creating a compositional tension between the far-off mountain and nearby elements in the central portion of the canvas. She followed this formula in “Deer’s Skull with Pedernal,” depicting a skull with elegantly curving antlers in the main body of the work. This object appears in many of O’Keeffe’s paintings, and is closely based on a specific example found among the artist’s belongings when she died in 1986. O’Keeffe often collected animal bones during her frequent long walks in the New Mexico desert, and included them in many of her paintings of the landscape.

Though “Deer’s Skull with Pedernal” appears at first to be entirely representational, a faithful depiction of recognizable elements depicted in a realistic way, the underlying surrealism of the painting emerges upon closer examination.

What element of this painting did you miss when you first looked at it? Let us know in the comments! 💙

This show-stopping work is in the collection of our friends at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston!

Georgia O'Keeffe. Deer's Skull with Pedernal, 1936. Oil on canvas. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Gift of the William H. Lane Foundation (1990.432)

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The grey and white palette in this painting has little association with the observable world. Yet, it is among a collect...
07/18/2020

The grey and white palette in this painting has little association with the observable world. Yet, it is among a collection of similar works that has been seen as inspired by Georgia O'Keeffe's experience of of New York City between 1925 and 1929.

O’Keeffe’s move with her husband, the photographer and art dealer Alfred Stieglitz, to the thirty-three story Shelton Hotel, precipitated her first such paintings.

Highly abstract, predominantly white, narrow vertical compositions the imagery can be traced in part to O’Keeffe’s interest in Manhattan’s modern architecture. This work consists of a simple juxtaposition of not quite vertical lines aside curves that draw the eye around the composition. The painting is, on the surface, a pure abstraction, however, within the context of New York, the architectonic elements and hints of natural, curving, organic forms are revealed. The mottled, gently undulating, white paint surface with evanescent violet hues and the shading of the closeness of lines suggest New York’s crowded spaces. The gray-white palette evokes a cloudy sky.

What element of New York do you see in this painting? Let us know in the comments!

Georgia O'Keeffe. Grey and White, 1925. Oil on canvas. Private collection

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By the 1930s, Georgia O’Keeffe was already becoming the iconic celebrity we are so familiar with. Her fame flowered beca...
07/16/2020

By the 1930s, Georgia O’Keeffe was already becoming the iconic celebrity we are so familiar with. Her fame flowered because of her independence, because of the way she engineered her life, and because she was a role model for the counterculture lifestyle of the time.

The Museum’s collection of over 2,000 of portraits of O’Keeffe chronicle not only the rise of an icon, but the rise of the American Modernist movement. Our photographs form a valuable record of the many ways in which O’Keeffe presented herself to the camera in formal portraits and provides invaluable insight into her life in art, the evolution of her larger than life persona, and her creative development throughout the 20th century.

Many of the portraits were taken by O'Keeffe's husband, Alfred Stieglitz beginning in 1917. Over the next twenty years, he made over 300 portraits of her.

What is O'Keeffe thinking in this photo? Let us know in the comments! 💙

Alfred Stieglitz. Georgia O'Keeffe, Circa 1930. Gelatin silver print, 3 15/16 x 3 1/16 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Museum Purchase. [2014.3.76]⠀

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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.

The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Research Center opened in July 2001 to house offices for staff and fellows, and The Michael S. Engl Family Foundation Research Center Library. The Research Center serves as the intellectual hub of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum by promoting and sponsoring research and conversation about Georgia O’Keeffe, Alfred Stieglitz, the Stieglitz Circle, and their contemporaries. It also promotes research into issues of Modernist art, architecture, design photography, literature, and music from the 1890s to the present. The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum’s unique library and archive collections in the Research Center Library are open to the public by appointment.

Educational programs at the Museum serve more than 7,100 students and adults per year with a robust slate of workshops, lectures, conversations, and classroom activities.


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YOU WILL SEE THE TRUTH IN MY HOLY WORD AND ON THESE MESSAGES, WHICH ARE MY SIGNS AND PROOFS THAT THE HOLY POWER OF MY SPIRIT IS MOVING; AND THIS WILL CONTINUE TO HAPPEN AND WILL BE WITNESSED BY THE PEOPLE IN THE WHOLE WORLD AT THIS TIME OF MY HOLY FINAL JUDGEMENT!!! LIKE THE STRONG SHAKE AND FAST MOVEMENT OF THE SPIRITS OF FOUR ELEMENTS; WATER, AIR, FIRE, AND EARTH! THAT WILL CAUSE DEATH TO THE PEOPLE, AND WILL BRING FAMINE, DIFFICULTY, AND DISEASE, WHICH WILL BE WEEPED ON BY THE PEOPLE LIVING HERE IN THE WORLD! AND THE SAME ALSO THAT YOU WILL WITNESS THE FAST PROLIFERATION AND WIDESPREAD IN THE WHOLE WORLD OF DIFFERENT KINDS OF DISEASES WITHOUT CURE, AND THE SPIRIT OF DISEASE WILL AFFECT OR HIT THE PEOPLE AND THE LIVING HERE IN THE WORLD; AND THE SPIRIT OF DISEASE WILL MAKE PEOPLE SUFFER, AND YOU WILL WEEP BECAUSE OF THE FEELING OF PAIN AND SUFFERING THAT HAVE COME AND HAVE AFFECTED YOUR BODY EARTH! AND MOST OF ALL WHICH IS THE MOST DIFFICULT AND THE MOST PAINFUL THAT THE PEOPLE IN THE WHOLE WORLD WILL PASS THROUGH, ARE THE SPIRITS OF DISEASES WHICH ARE GOING THROUGH AND AFFECTING THE BODY EARTH OF THE PEOPLE, THAT THE PAIN AND SUFFERING WITHOUT COMPARISON WHICH PENETRATE UP TO THE SOULS WILL BE FELT! AND YOU WILL LOOK FOR DEATH, BUT I WILL HIDE THE SPIRIT OF DEATH FROM THE PEOPLE, AND YOU WILL NOT FIND IT INSTANTLY, WHICH IS THE CAUSE AND FRUIT OF THE SINS YOU HAD COMMITTED WHICH YOU DID NOT REPENT, AND MOST OF ALL, THE DISOBEDIENCE AND VIOLATION THAT YOU DID TO MY THREE HOLY COMMANDMENTS!!! THE TRUE ATTITUDE AND WILL OF EACH OF THE PEOPLE AND SPIRITS WILL BE EXPOSED AND WILL BE KNOWN TO EACH OTHER; ALL SECRETS WILL BE DISCLOSED AND EACH TRUTH WILL BE SEEN; IT WILL BE WITNESSED BY ALL AND BY THE WHOLE WORLD THAT UNBELIEVABLE THINGS TO THE EYES OF THE PEOPLE WILL HAPPEN, WHICH WILL OCCUR HERE ON EARTH AND IN THE WHOLE WORLD…. THIS IS THE WORD OF ONLY ONE HOLY SPIRIT, OUR ONLY ONE DEUS FATHER ELOHIM .+. WHO HAS SEATED AND IS REPRESENTING IN ME…. FOR THE PEOPLE AND THE WHOLE WORLD, I AM CALLING ALL OF YOU, IN THE NAME OF CORRECT OBEDIENCE TO THE HOLY COMMANDMENT OF OUR ONLY ONE DEUS FATHER ELOHIM .+. THIS IS THE KEY OF SALVATION AND HOLY HEAVEN THAT WAS GIVEN BY OUR ONLY ONE DEUS FATHER ELOHIM .+. WHO ASKS NOTHING AS EXCHANGE OR MONEY AS PAYMENT FROM ANYONE…. THE SCRIPTURE AND HOLY WORD OF OUR ONLY ONE DEUS FATHER ELOHIM IS SPIRITUAL; THE ONLY ONE CLEAN AND HOLY PRAYER ABBA AVE O MARIAE .+. IS SPIRITUAL FOOD AND DRINK OF EACH OF YOUR BODY EARTH AND SOULS!!! ABBA AVE O MARIAE .+. THE BOLO WHICH IS A WEAPON, ARMOR, AND SALVATION THAT I TAUGHT AND GAVE TO THE PEOPLE FOR THE WHOLE WORLD…. ABBA AVE O MARIAE .+. IS PEACEFULNESS IN MY HOLY KINGDOM AND LIFE WITH INFINITE JOY AND GLADNESS THAT I GAVE TO THE SOULS AND SPIRITS, WHO ARE MY ANGELS AND BELOVED CHILDREN IN HEAVEN WHERE THE HOLY GLORY IS EVERLASTING…. ABBA AVE O MARIAE .+. IS MY ONLY ONE HOLY SPIRIT AND WILL THAT HAS NO ANY STAIN, WHICH IS THE SOURCE WHEN I POURED AND HAVE FLOWED IN THE WHOLE WORLD MY BLESSINGS AND MERCY, THAT SPRANG FROM MY HOLY LOVE THAT IS EVERLASTING…. ABBA AVE O MARIAE .+. IS MY WORD AND HOLY SPIRIT, WHICH IS MY COMMANDMENT WHEN I TAUGHT AND GAVE TO THE PEOPLE FOR THE SALVATION OF THE SOULS IN THE WHOLE WORLD!!! THAT YOU MUST SHARE EVERYDAY THE ONLY ONE CLEAN AND HOLY PRAYER ABBA AVE O MARIAE .+. THROUGH CORRECT CALL AND TRUE ACCEPTANCE OF THE ONLY ONE NAME THAT I TAUGHT, THAT I BE CALLED IN THE HOLY NAME OF MY ONLY ONE DEUS FATHER ELOHIM .+. WHO HAS SEATED IN MY BODY EARTH AND HOLY SPIRIT WHO COMMANDED AND WHO SPEAKS IN ME; AND THIS IS THE KEY TO MY HOLY KINGDOM, THE LIFE IN HEAVEN WITH EVERLASTING AND INFINITE HOLY GLORY THAT I GAVE TO THE SOULS, AND SALVATION THAT I TAUGHT TO THE PEOPLE FOR THE WHOLE WORLD!!! O MY ONLY ONE FATHER O DEUS ELOHIM .+. THAT IS FATHER OF OURS ONLY ONE FATHER DEUS ELOHIM ABBA AVE O MARIAE .+. SO FULL OF GRATIAM THE DEUS IS WITH YOU, BENEDECTAM ARE YOU AMONG WOMEN AND BENEDECTUM ARE YOU BY YOUR SON JESUS, O SANTA MARIAE MOTHER OF DEUS PRAY FOR THE SOULS, SPIRITS, BODIES, AND LIFE ESPECIALLY FOR THOSE WHO TRULY AND IN MOST NEED OF YOUR HELP, CONSOLATION, AND MISERICORDIA, HAVE MERCY AND SAVE THEM, O OUR FATHER ONLY ONE FATHER DEUS…. EL NOMENE DEL DEUS PATER DEUS FILIO EL' DEUS ESPIRITU SANCTO AM.. ( UTUS....DEUS....AM.. ) .+. CAN BE OPENED AND BE READ https://cristianos.altervista.org/ENGLISH.html https://cristianos.altervista.org/SPANISH.html https://cristianos.altervista.org/TAGALOG.html https://cristianos.altervista.org/ITALIANO.html https://youtu.be/1T3cNEDjo7k - ENGLISH
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.
https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4257168 **Anne Frank Remembrance Day with Deborah Lipstadt, Sunday August 4, 2019 3 pm** The Santa Fe Distinguished Lecture Series and the Santa Fe Jewish Film Festival are sponsoring this Anne Frank Remembrance Day on Sunday, August 4, the 75 anniversary of the arrest and deportation of Anne Frank and her family. In a special event for New Mexico, Deborah Lipstadt will speak on Antisemitism: Here and Now on August 4 in Santa Fe at the James A. Little Theater at 3 pm. There will be a VIP reception for her after the talk. Her new book on Antisemitism, published earlier this year, sold out immediately and went into a second printing on the second week after its release. In addition to the American edition, it is now being published in England, Germany, the Czech Republic, and Israel. Lipstadt came to national attention in 2016 with the movie Denial in which she was played by Rachel Weisz, a movie about her international court case with David Irving, a Holocaust denier in England. Lipstadt had long fought Holocaust deniers, and in this court case she was able to prove the falsehoods of those who denied it happened. After a successful in in theaters, Denial can now be seen on Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, and other streaming services. Her TED talk abut the trial has received 1.2 million views. Prof. Deborah Lipstadt has held the Presidential appointment to the United States Holocaust Memorial Council and represented President George W. Bush at the 60th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. She is the Dorot Professor of Modern Jewish History and Holocaust Studies at Emory University. Her books include The Eichmann Trial, Denial: Holocaust History on Trial (a National Jewish Book Award-winner), Denying the Holocaust: The Growing Assault on Truth and Memory, and Beyond Belief: The American Press and the Coming of the Holocaust, 1933-1945. Public officials will help us in this program "United Against Antisemitism", an initiative of the Jewish Federation of New Mexico.