2 Sun Prairie, Wisconsin 1887 The farm where Georgia grew up was a great place to learn about nature. Georgia wanted to touch and feel everything. She remembered that when she was very little, she put dirt in her mouth to see what it tasted like!
3 Art Instruction Dead Rabbit with a Copper Pot by Georgia O Keeffe, 1908 Georgia s mother thought art was very important and made sure her children had art lessons as they grew up. Georgia did so well with her lessons that her parents encouraged her to go to art college after she graduated high school. Georgia studied at different art schools and colleges all over the country. At one school, in New York City, she won a prize for the painting above.
4 New York Georgia O Keeffe: A Portrait by Alfred Stieglitz, 1918 Georgia liked New York City. It was busier and more exciting than the peaceful farm areas where she d grown up. Georgia often visited a small gallery in New York City that showed the work of new artists. It was owned by a well-known photographer named Alfred Stieglitz.
5 Alfred Stieglitz Cezanne Matisse Alfred loved modern art and tried to get people interested in modern European artists like Paul Cezanne and Henri Matisse
6 Marin Hartley and American artists like John Marin and Marsden Hartley. Georgia didn t know it at the time but, in a few years, Alfred would help get people interested in her paintings, too.
7 Texas After finishing school, Georgia decided to teach art for a while and traveled to Texas to take a job there. Georgia loved the clear skies and hot bright sun in Texas. She felt the energy and power of dust storms and of the heat lightning she saw at night.
8 Georgia started to show the excitement she felt about Texas in her paintings. Soon, her work looked different from the work of any other artist. Alfred saw Georgia s new works and began to believe she could become one of the best American artists ever.
9 Alfred wrote a letter to Georgia and asked her to come back to New York. He told her he could raise enough money so she wouldn t have to work and could spend all of her time painting. He also offered to show her artwork in his gallery.
10 Georgia found it hard to leave the beauty of Texas, but decided Alfred s offer was too good to pass up. Special No. 21: Palo Duro Canyon in Texas by Georgia O Keeffe
11 After she arrived in New York, Georgia began painting bold shapes and designs, covering her canvases with bright color. Soon her work changed and she began painting the beautiful flowers that helped to make her famous. Back to New York
12 Flowers Georgia usually made her flowers very large. She hoped they would make people feel the same wonderful way she felt when she looked at real flowers. Georgia thought her large flowers might even get busy New Yorkers to stop and notice them. When you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it's your world for the moment. I want to give that world to someone else. Most people in the city rush around so, they have no time to look at a flower. I want them to see it whether they want to or not. Georgia O Keeffe
13 Budding Artist Georgia s paintings got attention right away. At first, people were curious to see the work of a woman artist. In the 1920s, there weren t many well-known women artists. People liked what they saw. I hate flowers -- I paint them because they're cheaper than models and they don't move. Georgia O Keeffe
14 Close in Heart Even though Georgia needed money to live she felt funny about selling her art. She worked very hard on them and felt so close to her paintings that she hated to see them leave the gallery. They were almost like her children.
15 In between painting and showing her work, Georgia agreed to model for Alfred Stieglitz. Alfred thought Georgia was very beautiful and took many famous photographs of her.
16 Alfred and Georgia had respected each other s talent for a long time. Now that Georgia was living in New York and working closely with Alfred, they decided to get married in Jimson Weed by Georgia O Keeffe, 1932
17 Towering Images They moved into an apartment high up in a big hotel. Georgia loved the wide-open view she saw and started painting pictures of the city. This surprised people because, in the 1920s, powerful city scenes were usually done only by men.
18 New Mexico Several years later, Georgia was invited out west to visit some friends in New Mexico. She thought the desert and clear blue skies were even more exciting than the scenery in Texas. Georgia began painting the animal bones, desert flowers, and sun-baked adobe churches she found there. Cow Skull with Calico Roses by Georgia O Keeffe
19 Mountains in New Mexico Long Pink Hills by Georgia O Keeffe, 1940 Georgia especially loved the mountains in New Mexico. They seemed almost alive to her. In some paintings, you might get the feeling that Georgia s mountains could get up and move around.
20 New Mexico, New Ideas Ranchos Church by Georgia O Keeffe, 1930 Georgia spent most of the rest of her life painting in New Mexico. Alfred agreed it was the best place for her to be in order to make her paintings as good as possible.
21 New Mexico, New Home My Backyard by Georgia O Keeffe Georgia only traveled back to New York for a few months every year to be with Alfred and show her work. Years later, after Alfred died, Georgia moved to New Mexico for good.
22 Subject Matter Sky Above Clouds IV by Georgia O Keeffe, 1965 Even though Georgia was interested in all kinds of natural things, she hardly ever painted pictures of people or (live) animals.
23 Pelvis Series: Red with Yellow by Georgia O Keeffe, 1945 Georgia often rearranged the natural things she saw and simplified them.
24 Blue and Green Music by Georgia O Keeffe, 1919 Sometimes she painted shapes and colors she saw in her mind.
25 I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn't say in any other way things that I had no words for. Georgia O Keeffe, at an exhibition in 1923
26 Georgia O Keeffe lived to be 98 years old. She became an artist at a time when it was proper only for women to teach art. Black Cross with Red Sky by Georgia O Keeffe
27 Georgia didn t care what people thought about her or her art. She worked hard on her paintings and put her special feeling into them. An Orchid by Georgia O Keeffe
28 Georgia met many famous artists during her life. She learned a lot from them but never copied their styles or joined their groups. Mountain in New Mexico by Georgia O Keeffe, 1931
29 It was Blue and Green by Georgia O Keeffe Because of this, Georgia O Keeffe s paintings are very original. She often found beauty in things that most people would ignore or never even notice, and was able to show that beauty in her paintings.
30 The Art of Georgia O Keeffe Music Pink and Blue by Georgia O Keeffe
31 Grey Line with Black, Blue and Yellow by Georgia O Keeffe, 1923
32 From the Lake by Georgia O Keeffe
34 Evening Star No. VI by Georgia O Keeffe, 1917
35 Sunset on Long Island by Georgia O Keeffe, 1939
36 From the Plains II by Georgia O Keeffe, 1954
37 Lawrence Tree by Georgia O Keeffe, 1929
38 Black Mesa Landscape, New Mexico Out Back of Marie s II by Georgia O Keeffe, 1930
39 Goat s Horn with Red by Georgia O Keeffe
40 Pelvis IV by Georgia O Keeffe, 1944
41 Cow s Skull -- Red, White and Blue by Georgia O Keeffe, 1931
42 Red Snapdragons by Georgia O Keeffe, 1923
43 Oriental Poppies by Georgia O Keeffe, 1928
44 Poppy by Georgia O Keeffe, 1927
46 Poppies by Georgia O Keeffe, 1950
47 Black Iris by Georgia O Keeffe
49 Not From My Garden by Georgia O Keeffe
50 Red Canna by Georgia O Keeffe, 1923
51 Calla Lilies with Red Anemone by Georgia O Keeffe
52 Yellow Calla by Georgia O Keeffe, 1926
53 Black and Purple Petunias by Georgia O Keeffe, 1925
54 Morning Glory with Black by Georgia O Keeffe, 1926
55 Red Flower by Georgia O Keeffe, 1918
56 Georgia O Keeffe Nobody sees a flower, really it is so small we haven't time, and to see takes time, like to have a friend takes time. Georgia O Keeffe
57 Our Masterpiece Light Iris by Georgia O Keeffe, 1924
58 NOW YOU DO IT! Write your name on the paper then flip it over. Susan Smith
59 Choose a flower photo.
60 LIGHTLY sketch outlines NO DETAILS!
61 Hard edges are created by applying paint to dry paper. Soft, blended colors are created by dampening the paper with water first, then applying paint
62 Make sure you paint the background, too!
63 Place your painting on one of the shelves around the room. Throw away your newspaper. Put away your art supplies. Take a word search/activity sheet.
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