Georgia O'Keeffe. Black Iris. Who Is Georgia O'Keeffe. Georgia O'Keeffe is a female artist. She was born in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin in 1887. She was the second of seven children. She longed to be an artist from an early age.
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Georgia O'Keeffe Black Iris
Who Is Georgia O'Keeffe Georgia O'Keeffe is a female artist. She was born in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin in 1887. She was the second of seven children. She longed to be an artist from an early age. In 1905 she attended the art institute of Chicago, a year later she went to study at the Art students league of New York.
About Art Georgia O’Keeffe drew the center of a black Iris blooming. The black Iris was made in 1926. Georgia O’Keeffe found the black Iris she drew in a New York Florist. She drew the flower, because it bloomed only twice a week in spring.
Description I can learn from the title about the black Iris is an amazing flower. I can recognize a flower blooming. The flower has a fuzzy look, it uses dark colors , it has organic shapes. It has a basic form.
Analysis The focal point is the center of the flower. The is a balance among the fluency of the petals. This causes the flower to look really light and airy. The flower is symmetrically balanced from the center. The proportions look unusually balanced considering how large the center is. Some elements are repeated to create a pattern on the petals. My eyes follow the movement and flow of the white petals. The colors of the white and black bring up to join the center.
Interpretation There is symbolism in the art work, because it represented Christianity to O’Keeffe. The artist wanted to give the viewer a feeling of piece and harmony. It reminds me of peaceful times I have had. The work relates to the beliefs of different religions.
Judgment The darkness makes me feel failure and the total completion makes me feel success. The patterns and balance of the pictures to judge the art work. It is unique, because of the size of the art work. Georgia O’Keeffe could have used some more colors to make her work pop out.