What’s on your bucket list?

When the Georgia O’Keefe Museum opened in Santa Fe, in 1997, my bucket list grew by one!  I became an ardent fan of Georgia O’Keefe when I first saw her Poppy series-the vibrancy, the color, the beauty she saw in a simple flower.  Her career as an artist was to create images that expressed “the wideness and wonder of the world as I live in it.”

Sharing my love of O

Sharing my love of O”Keefe with granddaughter made my bucket list complete in a very special way

Here is my little homage to O’Keefe in my home-made up of items I purchased when I visited the Museum in 1999 and then with granddaughters in 2012.

A Winter Cottonwoods print is at the end of a hall-so I can appreciate its beauty everyday.  There are 100's of her paintings depicting the cottonwoods that surrounded her home in Ghost Ranch.  I loved this one.

A Winter Cottonwoods print is at the end of a hall-so I can appreciate its beauty everyday. There are 100’s of her paintings depicting the cottonwoods that surrounded her home in Ghost Ranch. I loved this one.

Winter Cottonwoods close-up... so you can see the beauty!

Winter Cottonwoods close-up… so you can see the beauty!

Horse Skull with White Rose Okeefe would walk the desert looking for bones-she found beauty in the bleached, stark forms.

Horse Skull with White Rose
Okeefe would walk the desert looking for bones-she found beauty in the bleached, stark forms.

Do you have a favorite artist?

Do you have prints of their work in your home?

Would love to see what you love… what your bucket list looks like.