Georgia O'Keefe, and the environs of the old Spanish settlement, where she lives, in Abiquiu, New Mexico
Abiquiu New Mexico USA Date:1948 Duration:6 min 19 sec Sound:Yes
Artist Georgia O'Keefe carries purchases to her car (a 1941 Ford convertible) as she leaves general store in Abiquiu, New Mexico. The shop keeper carries some of her items. Closeup of O'Keefe in her car as she drives away. Scene shifts to O'Keefe standing at the the Plaza Blanca cliffs, that she calls the "white place." Closeup of Ms.O'Keefe. Camera pans unusual rock formations. View of O'keefe at campfire. Her car parked nearby, and white cliffs in background. An O'keefe painting of flower with white mountains in background. Another of her paintings, and figurines representing Navajo priests. Scene shifts to Navajo dancers in costume as birds. Others in traditional clothing with elaborate headresses, chant and play drums. Scene shifts to Navajo children playing marbles in sand, and back again to dancers and drummers. The adobe St. Thomas Church is seen in background. Navajo family inside their home, where woman attends baby in a swing. Closeup of the baby. Panning views of dramatic landscapes. Herd of sheep grazing. Film concludes with views of mountains, sky, deserts, and canyons.
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