Odysseus/Georgia O'Keeffe Storyboard

Odysseus/Georgia O'Keeffe Storyboard

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  • Odysseus
  • "But put aside two broadswords and two spears for our own use, two oxhide shields nearby when we go into action. Pallas Athena and Zeus All-Provident will see you through, bemusing our young friends." (Homer, 1150)
  • Influential
  • "But I clung grimly, thinking my mast and keel would come back to the surface when she sprouted. And ah! how long with what desire, I waited! till at the twilight hour-" (Homer, 975)
  • Determined
  • Georgia O'Keeffe
  • “‘So I said to myself - I'll paint what I see - what the flower is to me but I'll paint it big and they will be surprised into taking time to look at it - I will make even busy New Yorkers take time to see what I see of flowers.’” (Britannica.com)
  • Influential
  • As a result of her failing vision, she painted her last unassisted oil painting in 1972, however, her urge to create didn't falter. With the help of assistants, she continued to make art and she wrote the bestselling book Georgia O'Keeffe (1976). "I can see what I want to paint," she said at the age of 90. "The thing that makes you want to create is still there." (Bio.com)
  • Determined
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