Remembering Miss O'Keeffe: Stories from Abiquiu

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In 1977, Margaret Wood was a twenty-four-year-old living an ordinary life in Lincoln, Nebraska. That year, her life changed as she came to Abiquiu, a remote village in northern New Mexico, where she began a five-year stay as companion and caretaker to then eighty-nine year old Georgia O'Keeffe. There were no sign posts in the village in those years, and few markers for a young woman managing the complex role as companion to a woman of O'Keeffe's stature who nonetheless was now dependent on others to maintain the independent life she had cultivated so fiercely. Growing and preparing food was one of O'Keeffe's greatest pleasures, with the artist mentoring her young caregiver on the art of gardening and cooking. Wood and O'Keeffe often walked the red hills of Ghost Ranch in early evenings, the place where the artist experienced true freedom. The artist had a reputation of living a secluded life, but in fact enjoyed welcoming a host of visitors to her home. Wood shares anecdotes about these social exchanges, along with a treasure trove of stories intimately shared. When Wood's father the photographer Myron Wood came to visit, he asked for and received permission to photograph O'Keeffe. A dozen of these historic images, published a decade later in the seminal publication, O'Keeffe's Abiquiu, are reproduced to complement Margaret Wood's quiet insights of life spent with O'Keeffe.

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Margaret Wood is the former personal chef to Georgia O'Keeffe. She lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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Description du livre Museum of New Mexico Press, United States, 2012. Hardback. État : New. First Tion ed.. 246 x 157 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. In 1977, Margaret Wood was a twenty-four-year-old living an ordinary life in Lincoln, Nebraska. That year, her life changed as she came to Abiquiu, a remote village in northern New Mexico, where she began a five-year stay as companion and caretaker to then eighty-nine year old Georgia O Keeffe. There were no sign posts in the village in those years, and few markers for a young woman managing the complex role as companion to a woman of O Keeffe s stature who nonetheless was now dependent on others to maintain the independent life she had cultivated so fiercely. Growing and preparing food was one of O Keeffe s greatest pleasures, with the artist mentoring her young caregiver on the art of gardening and cooking. Wood and O Keeffe often walked the red hills of Ghost Ranch in early evenings, the place where the artist experienced true freedom. The artist had a reputation of living a secluded life, but in fact enjoyed welcoming a host of visitors to her home. Wood shares anecdotes about these social exchanges, along with a treasure trove of stories intimately shared.When Wood s father -- the photographer Myron Wood -- came to visit, he asked for and received permission to photograph O Keeffe. A dozen of these historic images, published a decade later in the seminal publication, O Keeffe s Abiquiu, are reproduced to complement Margaret Wood s quiet insights of life spent with O Keeffe. N° de réf. du libraire AAC9780890135464

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Description du livre Museum of New Mexico Press. Hardback. État : new. BRAND NEW, Remembering Miss O'Keeffe: Stories from Abiquiu, Margaret Wood, In 1977, Margaret Wood was a twenty-four-year-old living an ordinary life in Lincoln, Nebraska. That year, her life changed as she came to Abiquiu, a remote village in northern New Mexico, where she began a five-year stay as companion and caretaker to then eighty-nine year old Georgia O'Keeffe. There were no sign posts in the village in those years, and few markers for a young woman managing the complex role as companion to a woman of O'Keeffe's stature who nonetheless was now dependent on others to maintain the independent life she had cultivated so fiercely. Growing and preparing food was one of O'Keeffe's greatest pleasures, with the artist mentoring her young caregiver on the art of gardening and cooking. Wood and O'Keeffe often walked the red hills of Ghost Ranch in early evenings, the place where the artist experienced true freedom. The artist had a reputation of living a secluded life, but in fact enjoyed welcoming a host of visitors to her home. Wood shares anecdotes about these social exchanges, along with a treasure trove of stories intimately shared. When Wood's father -- the photographer Myron Wood -- came to visit, he asked for and received permission to photograph O'Keeffe. A dozen of these historic images, published a decade later in the seminal publication, O'Keeffe's Abiquiu, are reproduced to complement Margaret Wood's quiet insights of life spent with O'Keeffe. N° de réf. du libraire B9780890135464

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Description du livre Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe, 2012. Hardcover. État : New. 64 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. New book. MEMOIRS. "[Georgia O'Keeffe] was a very private woman. In her small, tender new book of eight stories, Margaret Wood sheds a soft, welcome light on the simple private life of the artist. For five years beginning in 1977, Wood, a young woman, was a constant companion and caretaker for O'Keeffe, who by then was losing her eyesight. Some of the most endearing moments in Wood's stories are about being outdoors, of Wood preparing meals and of her helping the artist ready for bed." -- David Steinberg, Albuquerque Journal "The world remains hungry for humanizing glimpses of the famous and forceful modernist, whose life seems as much a work of art as her creations."ÑMiriam Sagan, from the Foreword In 1977, Margaret Wood was a twenty-four-year-old living an ordinary life in Lincoln, Nebraska. That year, her life changed as she came to Abiquiu, a remote village in northern New Mexico, where she began a five-year stay as companion and caretaker to then eighty-nine year old Georgia O'Keeffe. There were no sign posts in the village in those years, and few markers for a young woman managing the complex role as companion to a woman of O'Keeffe's stature who nonetheless was now dependent on others to maintain the independent life she had cultivated so fiercely. Growing and preparing food was one of O'Keeffe's greatest pleasures, with the artist mentoring her young caregiver on the art of gardening and cooking. Wood and O'Keeffe often walked the red hills of Ghost Ranch in early evenings, the place where the artist experienced true freedom. The artist had a reputation of living a secluded life, but in fact enjoyed welcoming a host of visitors to her home. Wood shares anecdotes about these social exchanges, along with a treasure trove of stories intimately shared. When Wood's fatherÑthe photographer Myron WoodÑcame to visit, he asked for and received permission to photograph O'Keeffe. A dozen of these historic images, published a decade later in the seminal publication, O'Keeffe's Abiquiu, are reproduced to complement Margaret Wood's quiet insights of life spent with O'Keeffe. (Key Words: Georgia O'Keeffe, Margaret Wood, Myron Wood, Memoirs, New Mexico, Abiquiu). book. N° de réf. du libraire 78502X1

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