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From the Old Garden No 2 - Georgia OKeeffe Love it when I see a Georgia OKeefe that is new to me.

From the Old Garden No 2 - Georgia OKeeffe Love it when I see a Georgia OKeefe that is new to me.

Gray line with black, blue, and yellow, 1923 by Georgia O'Keeffe. Abstract Art. abstract

Gray line with black, blue, and yellow, 1923 by Georgia O'Keeffe. Abstract Art. abstract

Georgia O'Keeffe. Canna Red and Orange, 1922  http://img-fotki.yandex.ru/get/4403/37844013.b6/0_5ea9b_ee88e522_orig

Georgia O'Keeffe. Canna Red and Orange, 1922 http://img-fotki.yandex.ru/get/4403/37844013.b6/0_5ea9b_ee88e522_orig

calla lilly-Pinned as O'Keeffe but it links to website of Frogard Butler who paints abstract copies of O'Keeffe paintings. Links to wordpress.com.

calla lilly-Pinned as O'Keeffe but it links to website of Frogard Butler who paints abstract copies of O'Keeffe paintings. Links to wordpress.com.

“…I wasn’t even sure that I had anything worth expressing--There are things we want to say--but saying them is pretty nervy--What reason have I for getting the notion that I want to say something and must say it--Of course marks on paper are free--free speech--press-pictures--all go together I suppose…” Georgia O’Keeffe to Anita Pollitzer, from Columbia SC, January 4, 1916

“…I wasn’t even sure that I had anything worth expressing--There are things we want to say--but saying them is pretty nervy--What reason have I for getting the notion that I want to say something and must say it--Of course marks on paper are free--free speech--press-pictures--all go together I suppose…” Georgia O’Keeffe to Anita Pollitzer, from Columbia SC, January 4, 1916