Georgia O’ Keeffe is one of America’s most prolific modern painters. Known for her paintings of flowers, New York skyscrapers and New Mexico landscapes, she is often called the Mother of American Modernism.
As a hardworking professional, she rejected the gendered interpretations of her work and forged a new path for herself, using photography, Modernist ideas, and aesthetics of Asian art as her inspiration. She helped to establish a new and significant space for female artists in a realm that has often been dominated by men.
Join us on zoom on May 31st from 12-1pm for an inter-village discussion on the life of Georgia O’ Keeffe, as told through her paintings.
If you have any questions, please contact Laura, our art therapy intern at email@example.com or contact your DC Village office.
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