Exhibitions

Current

December 10, 2021 - October 10, 2022

Spotlight on Spring

Santa Fe, NM Museum Galleries

Spring, 1948, one of the largest paintings by Georgia O’Keeffe in the Museum’s collection, has recently undergone a months-long conservation treatment. As part of this…
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Current

January 1, 2022 - December 31, 2022

Selections from the Collection

Santa Fe, NM Museum Galleries

An ever-changing group of selected works from the Museum’s collection are displayed in several thematic galleries at the Museum in Santa Fe. These galleries share…
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On a green worn table sits a white metal soup bowl with a small floral decoration atop a matching plate accompanied by two matching stacked coffee cups. Two vintage thermoses , and a metal camping pot also sit on the table. A small chair is in the background along with a vintage lantern, leather boots, a basket and a tent made of a tarp.

O’Keeffe in the Landscape

Abiquiú, NM Welcome Center, 52 miles north of Santa Fe

While living in New Mexico, Georgia O’Keeffe’s relationship with nature deepened as she spent extended amounts of time in the landscape, exploring the rivers, canyons, and painted cliffs that made up her surroundings during numerous camping and day trips. O’Keeffe in the Landscape explores these excursions through the photography of her friends and the personal effects she brought with her on her trips, including camping gear and clothing. The exhibition will be on view at The O’Keeffe Welcome Center. The exhibition is free and open to the general public.

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Visit the O’Keeffe Welcome Center

Abiquiú, NM Welcome Center, 52 miles north of Santa Fe

Find your way to the O’Keeffe Welcome Center in Abiquiú to explore the O’Keeffe in the Landscape exhibitions. A visit to the Welcome Center is free and open to the public. Ticket purchase is needed to book a tour of the Home and Studio.

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View a floor plan map of the Museum galleries in Santa Fe.

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Learn More about Georgia O’Keeffe

The Museum provides a variety of resources to be inspired by the art, life and individual spirt of Georgia O’Keeffe.

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A room with a floor with colors in circles of green blue and red which seem to be swirling. The background is a jagged circular shape of deep blue against white emerging towards the top as teal into the dark blue. Near the bottom of this abstract background are semi circles of magenta and lighter blue. Three silhouettes stand in front of this background and on the colorful floor. To the left are more panels with large dark green leaves with purplish veins.

Music for the Eyes: A New Georgia O’Keeffe Experience

Electric Playhouse, Albuquerque, NM 5201 Ouray Rd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87120

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum and Electric Playhouse collaborate on a new immersive experience that features digital projections, animations, and interactive displays of O’Keeffe’s art and inspirations.

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Dive into the mind and inspirations of one of the world’s most iconic and revered artists at Music for the Eyes: A New Georgia O’Keeffe Experience at Electric Playhouse in Albuquerque.

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Upcoming Exhibition:

Radical Abstraction

Radical Abstraction opens on December 1, 2022.

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Upcoming Exhibition:

Georgia O’Keeffe: Making a Life

Georgia O’Keeffe: Making A Life opens December 8, 2022.

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Upcoming Events

A hand drawn work of pilgrim cowboy hat with bends and wear in the brim. The drawing is inspired by one Georgia O'Keeffe's hats.

Event First Fridays

First Friday Art Activity – October

Santa Fe, NM

Friday, October 7

5:00pm

“Cactussen” or Cacti, is a typical Dutch, raw , no nonsense woodcut print by Cornelis Rol and his son Hendricus (Cor en Henk) This robust 85 year old artwork measures 28 cm x 20,5 cms and was produced around 1930-1935. The print has some light foxing and yellowing and has been cleaned. On the left margin the print has a little reinforced area (with kozo paper) that is almost invisible outside the margins of this wonderful woodcut.

Event Classes

In-Person Class: Woodcut Relief Printmaking – Class 2

Education Annex

Saturday, October 8

9:30am

Event Classes

In Person Class: Drawing Found Objects

Education Annex

Saturday, October 15

9:30am