Yep, She Killed It.
Georgia O'Keeffe by Cecil Beaton. And below, Night, in watercolor:
This Georgia O'Keeffe reverie stems from a casual conversation with a hairdresser a few weeks ago, during the first professional haircut I've gotten in 7 years. She told me about a trip to Taos, and the discovery of O'Keeffe's little known pottery, which was an artistic watershed moment for my barber.
Pottery? Georgia O'Keeffe? I thought I knew her work decently, but was unaware of this side of her artistry. I spent the rest of the haircut lost in dreams of pots in the purest style.
Her studio, below:
But the truth is that they might not exist, or at least no one talks about them online. Could she have dreamt them? I need to look into this more closely.
Info, dear reader?