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  1. Home MEET THE ARTISTBiography Mrs.Pirkle’s 9th Grade Visual Arts ClassArtist’s Work GEORGIA O’KEEFE This website was created as a class project . In the assignment we are to create a web site that features a famous American artist. The featured artist for this site is Georgia O’Keefe. Welcome! The purpose of this site is to give the viewer a biography of Georgia O’Keefe and a brief look at some of her work. The hope is, the viewer will be intrigued and take a closer look at the artist. “Art is not what you see, but what you Black Iris, 1926 Microsoft Word 97 - make others see.” Georgia O’Keefe Georgia OKeeffe 2003 Document Oil on canvas 36 x 29 7/8 in. Document Free animated gifs by Sevenoaks Art To contact us: An American High School 2011 March 23rd Street Anywhere, USA 4610EDT Phone: 555-555-5555 Fax: 555-555-5555 E-mail: someone@example.com Created By: Kerrie Allred-Pirkle Home | Biography | Artists Work
  2. Home GEORGIA O’KEEFE Biography Mrs.Pirkle’s 9th Grade Visual Arts Class Artist’s Work ARTIST BIO Among the great American artists of the 20th-century, Georgia O’Keeffe stands as one of the most compelling. For nearly a century, O’Keeffe’s representations of the beauty of the American landscape were a brave counterpoint to the chaotic images embraced by the art world. Though she has had many imitators, no one since has been able to paint with such intimacy and stark precision. Georgia O’Keeffe was born in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin in 1887. In 1905 she attended the Art Institute of Chicago and a year later went to study at the Art Students League of New York. Georgia O’Keeffe had her first exhibition in 1916 at Steiglitz’s “291 Gallery. She and Steiglitz married in 1922, beginning one of the most fruitful and well-knownTo contact us: collaborations of the modernist era. For the next twenty years the two would live and work together. When Steiglitz Georgia O’Keeffe, 1968. in 1946 died, O’Keeffe took up permanent residence inPhone: 555-555-5555 Taos, New Mexico. More than almost any of her other Arnold Newman/Getty ImagesFax: 555-555-5555 works, these early New Mexico landscapes and still lifesE-mail: someone@example.com have come to represent her unique gifts. Throughout the 1950s and 1960s, O’Keeffe’s fame continued to grow. A major retrospective in 1970, at the Whitney Museum of American Art, placed her categorically as one of the most important and influential American painters. In 1976, her illustrated autobiography, GEORGIA A Art History timeline. O’KEEFFE was a best seller, and the next year she received the Medal of Freedom from President Gerald Ford. In 1985 she received the Medal of the Arts from President Ronald Reagan. In March of the next year, at the age of 98, O’Keeffe passed away at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Georgia O’Keeffe’s work remains a prominent part of major national and international museums. For many, her paintings represent the beginnings of a new American art free from the irony and cynicism of the late 20th century. “To create ones own world in any of the arts takes courage.” Georgia O’Keefe Home | Biography | Artists Work
  3. Home GEORGIA O’KEEFE Biography Mrs.Pirkle’s 9th Grade Visual Arts Class Artist’s Work “I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldnt say any other way-things I had no words for.” Georgia O’Keefe GALLERY OF ART WORK Georgia OKeeffe Georgia OKeeffeAn interview with Georgia Jack-in-the-Pulpit No. IV, 1930 Narcissas Last Orchid , 1940O’Keefe oil on canvas Pastel on paper overall: 40 x 30 in. 21 7/16 x 27 3/16 in.An American High School2011 March 23rd StreetAnywhere, USA4601EDTPhone: 555-555-5555Fax: 555-555-5555E-mail:someone@example.com Georgia O’Keefe Georgia O’Keefe Cow’s Skull: Red, White and Blue, 1931 Deer Skull with Pedernal !936 Oil on Canvas Oil On Canvas 40 x 38 in 36 x 30 in. Home | Biography | Artists Work

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