|A Stoic loner, Georgia O'Keefe found the isolation of|
Abiquiu, New Mexico suited her perfectly.
|Chimney Rock, Ghost Ranch. Part of the landscape|
which attracted Georgia O'Keeffe to the remote
wilderness of New Mexico as far back as 1929.
|Ram’s Head Blue Morning Glory, 1938, Georgia O’Keeffe|
|Obviously remodeled since the 1940s, O'Keeffe had|
large, expansive windows added to bring her beloved
southwestern landscape into her home at Ghost Ranch.
|O'Keeffe's bedroom at her Abiquiu home is so small it can only|
be viewed by visitors through a window.
|A landmark near Ghost Ranch. It's doubtful O'Keeffe|
ever rode in such a conveyance. She did however
paint from the rear seat of a Model A Ford (arranging
for it to face backwards).