Georgia wakes up next to her husband, Alfred Stieglitz.
These bones over here will be a perfect inspiration for my next painting.
After her husband goes off to his art gallery, she walks in the desert collecting bones and inspiration for paintings.
I brought you lunch. It cost just a few clams.
After Georgia finishes her inspirational walk, she heads to her husband's art gallery. She takes these walks to help her start a new painting, and help spark new ideas. In this scene she is telling her husband that the lunch she made didn't cost too much.
Oh thank you darling. It will be delightful.
"I've been absolutely terrified every moment of my life -and I've never let it keep me from doing a single thing I wanted to do." ~Me, Georgia O'Keeffe
Georgia would teach an art class at Art Institute of Chicago. She would often use her own art experiences to help guide her students.
When Georgia finishes teaching a class at AIC (Art Institute of Chicago) she often paints in her studio.
One swoop here and another there.
Now where is my filbert paint brush?
One moment dear, this piece is magnificent.
To wrap up her day she would help host an art show at her husbands gallery. She enjoyed looking at other artist's work.