Learn more about the life, art and inspiration of American painter, teacher and artistic pioneer Georgia O'Keefe during a special exhibition at the Columbia Museum in Columbia, SC this winter.
Discover the unique history of famed artist and "Mother of American Modernism," Georgia O'Keefe when you visit theColumbia Museum this winter. This unique museum exhibition displays over 14 different paintings, charcoal drawings and other artistic works that showcase the artist's talents while examining and celebrating her time as a teaching assistant and a teacher at Columbia Collegeover 100 years ago. O'Keefe's innovative black and white charcoal drawings, completed during her tenure at Columbia College, were the key to her debut as a major artist and ultimately catapulted her into a career that paved a pathway to the arts for women and modernists as a whole. O'Keefe's paintings and drawings made her one of the most important and influential modern artists in all of American art, and many critics and fans dubbed her the "Mother of American Modernism."
Georgia O'Keefe: Her Carolina Story is on exhibition at the Columbia Museum from October 9, 2015-January 10, 2016. Admission tickets to the museum are $12 adults; $10 seniors and military; $5 students. Children under 5 enter free. Visit http://www.columbiamuseum.org/exhibitions/georgia-okeeffe for more information about the Georgia O'Keefe: Her Carolina Story exhibit and other upcoming exhibitions at the Columbia Museum.
- Start:October 09, 2015
- End:January 10, 2016
- Where: 1515 Main Street, Columbia, South Carolina, USA, 29201
- Event Type:Arts & Theater
- Ticket Price:5.00 - 12.00