The woman who painted the land
Below is a video that tells about significant details in her life that weren't mentioned in the biography above. It has information about her first art show, the scandal behind her marriage, and why she was hospitalized because of her husband.
Contributions to Art
Her contributions to art include many things such as Feminism which is because at that time, almost all of the visual artists were males and O'Keeffe redefined and reformed gender standards. She also contributed to Regionalism by picturing the desert as a place that existed in harmony with the area and animals instead of a barren, dusty, deserted place. Two more art concepts that she contributed to was Modernism by putting her own spin on it, and Abstract Representation because she did works of art with a mixture of realism, surrealism, and slight abstractionism .
Ram's Head White Hollyhock
This piece is called Ram's Head White Hollyhock and Little Hills and was done in 1935.
Leaves of a Plant
This was painted and called Leaves of a Plant in 1942.
Red Hill and White Shell
This is her painting called Red Hill and White Shell and was completed in 1938.