One can’t talk 20th century art without talking about the “Mother of American Modernism” Georgia O'Keeffe. Her paintings of the natural world and more specifically the New Mexico desert, are some of her most famous paintings.
Watch Georgia O’Keeffe come to life with this cardstock cut-and-make paper doll that’s able to articulate her head, arms, and legs in life-like way.
To go a bit deeper, check out How To See More and Care Less: The Art of Georgia O’Keeffe- Iseult Gillespie.
Measures 12.5” tall once put together with the included small brass split pin.
Add some string to hang on the wall or use a magnet to place on the refrigerator.
Made in Hastings, United Kingdom
-Designed and produced by illustrator Louise Burgess who creates cut-and-assemble paper dolls that tap into the imagination of the inner child.
- Her company name “Wini-Tapp” honors Loiuise’s grandmother, a classy artistic lady who played the accordion, loved pug dogs and lashings of red lipstick.