Georgia O'keeffe
"Filling a space in a beautiful way. That is what art means to me."(http://www.essortment.com)
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Rams Head White Hollyhock and Little Hills. 1935. Brooklyn Museum
  •  She is known for capturing the natural essence of beauty
  • A unique blend of abstract and representational
  • Clarity of style; color, shape, line
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Poppy. 1927. Museum Of Fine Arts, St Petersburg
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Blue Flower.1918. Whitney Museum.
  • synesthesized abstraction
  • Transformed subjects into powerful abstract images
  • Used minimalism
  • Painted in a expressionistic way
O'keeffe's early abstract drawings
Sent a sires of 10 drawings to Alfred Stielflitz

who later became her husband and quoted when he saw them "At last, a woman on paper!"(http://www.forbes.com/)

Now recognized as some of the most innovative pieces in American art

these drawings helped her"discover a personal language through which she could express her own ideas."(http://www.okeeffemuseum.org/her-life.aspx)
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1915.The Whitney Musuem Of American Art