Art Therapy ~ Scorpio Edition

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Today marks the birthday of Georgia O’ Keefe. She is another 11 -6/8 personality as her birthday was 11-15 and mine is 11-6. The 11/6 signature can be defined as mastery plus love transmutes into spiritual influence. What we also share is a love of art, nature, the Southwest, and freedom of expression. If you can get to Santa Fe to visit her museum, please do.

Until then, here’s a small sampling of her work :

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Our planet is in dire need of healing. We may not agree on the methods.

One way I heal is by immersing myself in beauty.

Will you share what works for you?. I am interested in spreading the wealth.

There is no way to peace. Peace IS the way.

 

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12 thoughts on “Art Therapy ~ Scorpio Edition

  1. Walking My Path: Mindful Wanderings in Nature

    Happy Birthday, Georgia!

    Love heals. Compassion. Gratitude. Being in those elements helps me immensely, and as we heal ourselves it goes out electromagnetically to the planet. ❤

    Peace and healing,
    Mary

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  2. renatembell

    Wonderful photographs of her. I’m excited to share that over the holidays I will be attending the current exhibit in Columbia, SC. I read an article yesterday about Georgia’s time in SC. I had no idea! It was in SC where she had her ah-ha moment– to step away from the techniques she learned from her teachers and find her own. I am so looking forward to viewing her art! It’s not Santa Fe, but it’ll do! 🙂 (www.columbiamuseum.org in case you or others are interested)

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    1. She was a striking woman. Excited for you to see the exhibit. Just saw the Bourdain Charleston show and now I want to visit Charleston more than ever. Your city is so beautiful and unique. Like you are, Renate ❤
      Thanks for sharing the link.

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      1. renatembell

        🙂 Thank you Linda. I watched a few clips of the show on CNN’s website. I haven’t had cable for years now, so I have to see if I can catch the whole episode online. If it has inspired you to consider visiting Charleston, then it must have been good! Come down. I’ll show you around.

        Georgia was a beautiful woman. I have not seen many images of her at such a young age. I really enjoyed these photos, and the artwork is lovely.

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