The Drawn Archive

We just finished accessioning the new Drawn Archive Project works into the archives – one of my favorite ongoing projects here at the Museum. Sarah Rollins, now a graduate of the Santa Fe University of Art and Design (SFUAD), created several graphite drawings of some of Georgia O’Keeffe’s personal effects over the course of the…

What O’Keeffe Taught Me

Over the past year, O’Keeffe has taught me a lot. As someone with a background in Art History, its easy to start a job like this thinking you know, at the very least, the highlights of what makes O’Keeffe an important and respected artist. And while I did understand her place in the Art world,…

Still only the Beginning

As my summer as a Georgia O’Keeffe intern comes to its end I look at our last group for the summer. I used to be one of these girls and they amaze me everyday with their talent and wisdom! Last week we had our last returnee session of the summer and I got to see how…

The Journey Begins: Part 2

Hello everyone, Just started with our second group of boys! I have seen lots of great work with them so far and can’t wait for more. Two of the interns did their art projects today and it went really well! They introduced the concepts of cubism, futurism, abstract expressionism, and many more. The kids really…

Selections from Georgia O’Keeffe’s Personal Library: Cookbooks from the Abiquiu Kitchen

Cooking, nutrition, health and gardening were all of great interest to Georgia O’Keeffe. Her book collections contain numerous titles on these subjects. There is a small selection of books in the Abiquiu kitchen that illuminate O’Keeffe’s range of food interests. The kitchen is our first stop in our endeavor to catalog the books from the Abiquiu home. These books demonstrate…