Georgia O'Keeffe was an amazing artist, for what she has acomplished in her years. She was born November 15th 1887, in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. O'Keeffe's hertitage being Irish and Hungarian farmers. She later moved to Williamsburg, Virginia where she went to Chatham Protestant Episcopal Institute to study. O'Keeffe also studied at Chicago art institute and the Art student league.
"To create one's own world, in any of the arts, takes courage"
Georgia O'Keeffe's sytle devolps with her passion, to the point where she become famous and well known. She pushes a style upon new art students, shaping the way they precieve art itself.
Her Paintings included the beauty of life. O'Keeffe made paintings depicting the boring flowers or materials into works of art that compel the body to indulge in the beauty. Her work with bones and flowers give off a feeling of death but strangely conseals the emotion to a point of being intrigued. The "Ram's head white hollyhock and little hills" is one of her gorgeous pieces. The tuff horns on the delicate ram skull interprets masculinity. While the soft petals of the white hollyhock contradict with feminity. Putting them with the peaceful background symbolizes unity.