Descriptive Analysis Spotlight Tour

  • Saturday, September 23
  • 1:00 PM MT
  • Santa Fe, NM

In honor of National Color Blindness Awareness Month, the Museum is offering free Spotlight Tours!

September is National Color Blindness Awareness Month! Color vision deficiencies affect over 350 million people worldwide. This month, the Museum is offering FREE Spotlight Tours focusing on the descriptive analysis of some of Georgia O’Keeffe’s paintings. Please contact us to sign up for a free Spotlight Tours: [email protected]

Space is limited! Spots are available on a first come, first serve basis.

At the O’Keeffe Museum, we offer visitors with red-green color deficiency free Enchroma glasses to experience Georgia O’Keeffe’s artwork more clearly and vibrantly. Stop by the Front Desk for more information, and to check out a pair of glasses!

Upcoming Events

“Cactussen” or Cacti, is a typical Dutch, raw , no nonsense woodcut print by Cornelis Rol and his son Hendricus (Cor en Henk) This robust 85 year old artwork measures 28 cm x 20,5 cms and was produced around 1930-1935. The print has some light foxing and yellowing and has been cleaned. On the left margin the print has a little reinforced area (with kozo paper) that is almost invisible outside the margins of this wonderful woodcut.

Event Classes

In-Person Class: Printmaking the Natural World

In Person

Saturday, May 25

10:00am

Delicate watercolor of pink and indigo primula flowers clustered together above green leaves from which the flowers' thin stalks rise. A hint of blue bleeds out from around the leaves onto the white page.

Event Classes

Online Class: Botanical Watercolors

Online

Tuesday, May 28

3:00pm

A horseshoe stands upright on the left side of the work with its open end facing upward. A feather lies behind the horseshoe and along the surface upon which both objects rest. The surface reflects a bit of the feather on the left end.

Event Classes

Online Class: Still Life in Gouache

Online

Wednesday, May 29

6:00pm