How Georgia O’Keefe worked

Georgia O’Keefe drove her Model A across the desert and back, and up and down over the hills, says Jeanette Winter in her children’s book My Name Is Georgia.

Even in winter, she “went far out into the faraway and painted in the bitter cold.”

She painted when the wind was so strong it nearly blew her away.

I found Winter’s delightful children’s book in the gift shop at the Georgia O’Keefe Museum in Santa Fe, and I really like the portrait the author paints of Georgia O’Keefe working hard in her beloved New Mexico.

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