Just in: Georgia

trip“Georgia” by Dawn Tripp, brings to life artist Georgia O’Keeffe’s conflict between the desires of heart heart and an artist’s need for independence.   Not long after arriving in New York, the young O’Keefe began a passionate affair with photographer Alfred Stieglitz.   She became his protégé and a model for his photographs.  In time, fearing she would remain under his shadow, she began to assert her independence.  O’Keefe becomes “vividly alive as she grapples with success, fame, and integrity (Salon).”

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