Santa Fe, NM (PRWEB) August 01, 2012
The Georgia OKeeffe Museum announces the rare opportunity to sketch, draw and watercolor independently on the grounds of Georgia OKeeffes Home and Studio in Abiquiu on September 24, 2012. A half or full day are available to experience the landscape that inspired the artist for 40 years, including views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain range, Abiquiu Mesa, the road to Abiquiu, and the scene within the walls of the artists garden.
We are pleased to offer artists of all levels to experience the spectacular home, studio and surroundings that Miss OKeeffe enjoyed, said Agapita Lopez, Rights and Reproductions Director and Director of the Abiquiu Home & Studio Tours. This is a rare opportunity to experience an autumn setting in the place that inspired the artist so greatly.
What: Autumn Art Session; paint, draw, sketch in the landscape that inspired OKeeffe
When: September 24, 2012; 7 AM to 6 PM
Where: Georgia OKeeffes Home & Studio in Abiquiu, NM
More Information: http://www.okeeffemuseum.org
Cost: $ 375.00 for a half-day session, $ 700.00 for a full day session
Request Images/press inquiries: Jennifer Hobson, pr(at)okeeffemuseum(dot)org 505 603 8643
GEORGIA OKEEFFE MUSEUM:
The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum is dedicated to the artistic legacy of Georgia O’Keeffe, to defining its ongoing significance, and to the study and interpretation of American Modernism, late 19th century to the present. The Museum’s collections, historic properties, exhibitions, Research Center, publications, and education programs contribute to scholarly discourse and inspire diverse audiences. Located in Santa Fe, NM, the Museums collections, exhibits, research center, publications and education programs contribute to scholarly discourse and serve diverse audiences. The largest single repository of the artists work in the world, it is the only museum in the world dedicated to an internationally known American woman artist and is the most visited art museum in New Mexico.
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Untitled (Cottonwood Tree), 1945
Oil on board