The Georgia O'Keeffe Home & Studio is a site significant for its architecture and its association with artist Georgia O'Keeffe, who purchased the Abiquiu, New Mexico property from the Catholic Archdiocese of Santa Fe in 1945, after attempting to buy it for 10 years. The house in Abiquiu became her primary residence until 1984, when she moved to Santa Fe two years prior to her death at age 98.

The Georgia O'Keeffe Home & Studio is a site significant for its architecture and its association with artist Georgia O'Keeffe, who purchased the Abiquiu, New Mexico property from the Catholic Archdiocese of Santa Fe in 1945, after attempting to buy it for 10 years. The house in Abiquiu became her primary residence until 1984, when she moved to Santa Fe two years prior to her death at age 98.

We have been redecorating like crazy and I love it so much!! I had to add little bits of pink now it's not just a boys pad anymore

We have been redecorating like crazy and I love it so much!! I had to add little bits of pink now it's not just a boys pad anymore

4,323 Likes, 92 Comments - Joey, Mark, And Bridget  (@ball_and_claw_vintage) on Instagram: “Love our new wood inlay piece from @dagmarmaini! She makes each piece by hand, each one unique, and…”

4,323 Likes, 92 Comments - Joey, Mark, And Bridget (@ball_and_claw_vintage) on Instagram: “Love our new wood inlay piece from @dagmarmaini! She makes each piece by hand, each one unique, and…”

Dream Catcher Stained Glass Sun Catcher Native American Southwest Art Glass The Dream Catchers pictured here have sold but I can make one for just for you. Dream Catchers figure prominently in the mythology of many Native American tribes. In most Native cultures, dream catchers are considered protection with impressive magical powers to catch bad dreams and only allow the good dreams. This piece is made to order. Hand crafted art glass with the copper foil method of construction. Please…

Dream Catcher Stained Glass Sun Catcher Native American Southwest Art Glass

Dream Catcher Stained Glass Sun Catcher Native American Southwest Art Glass The Dream Catchers pictured here have sold but I can make one for just for you. Dream Catchers figure prominently in the mythology of many Native American tribes. In most Native cultures, dream catchers are considered protection with impressive magical powers to catch bad dreams and only allow the good dreams. This piece is made to order. Hand crafted art glass with the copper foil method of construction. Please…

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