"As a child, shapes often drifted
in and out of Georgiabs mind.
Curved and straight,
round or square,
she studied them,
and let them disappear."
Growing up on a Wisconsin farm, Georgia began gathering all sorts of objects -- sticks and stones, flowers and bones. Although she was teased for her interest in unique shapes and sizes, young Georgia declared: bSomeday, Ibm going to be an artistb -- and that is exactly what she became.
Jen Bryantbs story of Georgia ObKeeffe celebrates the famous artistbs fascination with natural shapes, bcommon objects, b and her unusual way of looking at the world. Bethanne Andersenbs fluid, graceful illustrations capture the beauty of ObKeeffebs work and spirit.
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