Georgia O'Keeffe Museum

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Details
217 Johnson St
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 946-1000
Art Museum
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sat–Sun: 9:00 AM–5:00 PM Fri: 9:00 AM–7:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Georgia O'Keeffe would often paint in her car. She referred to her Model 'A' Ford as her favorite studio. Learn more in this C-SPAN American History TV video.
  • A must in Santa Fe and easily doable in 45 minutes (or much longer if you like). Good rotating exhibits as well.
  • Amazing collection of O'Keefe's work that shows her growth as a person and an artist. If you love the NM landscapes, stop by to gain a new appreciation as you drive through.
  • Smaller than you expect. You'll likely not need more than an hour to fully appreciate.
  • I echo the other commenters. The museum has a robust permanent collection. But just a slice of it, perhaps 8-12 O'Keeffe works, is on display. Truly disappointing.
  • No photography allowed inside, but a extremely varied collection that I quite enjoyed.
  • Very little o'keefe on display :(
  • Make sure you mention you are military (active or retired) and it is free for the member and family.
  • Incredible museum! Make sure to bring a camera because they allow photography of certain works!
  • A must do!
  • Curator guide is worth trying. Unlike our stereotypes, G O'Keeffe took very detailed, long, systematic processes in painting! But she had denied it!!
  • The collection was smaller than I expected, although there were some pieces that aren't published or reproduced anywhere. So that was nice. The gift shop ladies are extremely helpful and knowledgeable
  • Small, beautiful, and the most of O'Keeffe you'll see anywhere!
  • Small Georgia O'keeffe section. Mostly curated shows, which are really good. The group shows can range from artists like Chuck Close to Warhol to Norman Rockwell.
  • Surprised how little of O'Keefe's work was on display .
  • Love to purchase the Georgia calendar here yearly!
  • Tight, well-curated museum where virtually every work is interesting, and it gives plenty of detail into the artist's life. Worth checking out.
  • Love the art, but the museum is rather small and sports a hefty price tag ($13.50 for adults). Still - worth a visit!
  • Obviously a must. You can do this small museum very quickly if you have to, but I'd recommend taking your time.
  • This woman lived in Canyon Texas. Seriously!

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