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Red Snapdragons. Georgia O'Keeffe, 1923. Am I the only person who thinks it's a great idea to put up prints of great art in your kids room and not just "kid stuff"? Won't the colors and shapes be stimulating? Could it lead to a greater appreciation for and creativity with artistic endeavors? Who knows. I'm going to find out.

"She cooks like Julia Child, drinks like a sailor, wears a splashy sarong skirts and big chunk diamonds in her ears to have her backyard bulldozed. The sarong and diamond look is the only time I notice what she has on. She also favours mid-thigh tunic tops and straight Capris, which look pretty good as long as the print is a big, boozy Georgia O’Keefe vision."

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Georgia O'Keeffe with her painting Pelvis Series, Red with Yellow (1945) - photographed by Michael A. Vaccaro, 1960

Georgia O' Keefe - her close ups of flowers truly were so feminine and erotic.

Georgia O'Keeffe, Horse’s Skull with White Rose, 1931 Oil on canvas, 36 x 16 1/8 inches. Extended loan, Private collection. © Georgia O’Keeffe Museum

Artist Georgia O’Keeffe (1887 – 1986), American modernism, born in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. Corn No. 2

PHOTO by Harold Davis........I see this on a lot of O'Keeffe boards! Lovely, but not done by O'Keeffe. www.flickr.com/...