Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern

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There are only a few days left to visit the Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum. I’ve gone a few times, enjoying new corners of the exhibit each time. The sheer size of the exhibit is awe inspiring, highlighting her wardrobe, her art and famous portraits of her. It gives you a true glimpse into how she lived throughout her life. I was delighted to hear that she made some of her own clothes (including the silk dresses pictured here). The tiny pintucks were made with such precision. There’s no doubt this exhibit will influence coming collections in the fashion industry. I overheard many women commenting on how they would wear many of the clothing featured in the exhibit. This just reinforces her timeless style.Georgia-okeeffe-exhibit-brooklyn-museum-2-desmitten

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Everyday Imagery

Maybe it’s the new year, or maybe it’s just me, but I am super motivated! Between art openings, birthday celebrations and dinner with friends I organized my entire office, found the beauty in Brooklyn streets and trees, did a little watercolor work and went to the Brooklyn Museum.

NYC Oil Stained Sidewalk

My Bookshelf Styling with Scissors and Kate Spade Gold Dot Vase

Yeon Ji Yoo's Ethereal Forrest at Brooklyn Museum
Quiet Moment in the Brooklyn Museum during Target First Saturdays

Minimalist Planters at Detroit Metro Airport
Black and White Watercolor

Beauty in the Brooklyn Trees

1: Oil stained Brooklyn sidewalk, loving the color palette / 2: My organized office bookshelf / 3: Yeon Ji Yoo’s enchanted ethereal forest in the Brooklyn Museum / 4: A quiet moment in the Brooklyn Museum during the overcrowded Target First Saturdays event / 5: Minimalist planters at the Detroit Metro Airport / 6: My black watercolor moment / 7: Brooklyn trees entangled with cloth

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