I am a big fan of Georgia O'Keeffe's flower paintings. I always wonder what would happen if she had some of today's new flowers to paint. Some weren't available in the early 1900s.
I'm guessing she would be fascinated with Clerodendrum ugandense.
Here's the interior.
And here are the whiskers with the curved blue cap. There's lots for a painter to enjoy!
It's almost like music...perhaps a quartet of color...or a whole symphony of movement.
Here's a photo in the same style as Georgia O'Keeffe. This flower captures the abstract feel of her paintings. It becomes more than just a flower. It becomes a mysterious world of beautiful forms.
Here's a deep interior shot. My camera fails at this point to capture the beauty. But this would be the beginning point for O'Keeffe. And that's why I love her paintings.
One of my favorite paintings by Georgia O'Keeffe
And one of her Iris paintings...another of my favorites.
Thanks so much for stopping by my little garden.