Other than skulls and roses, I frankly did not discover Georgia O'Keeffe until 1987, about a year after her death. Someone told me my flowers and general point of view reminded them of her and showed me her "100 Flowers" book. I was floored. A couple of years later I was in New York and started working on some cityscapes. At MOMA saw her NY book. WTH? More like hers than I could explain. Talking point of view here.
Then just a couple of weeks ago I was in her country and fell in love with what I called dancing trees. Cottonwood stands in winter. We went to a new exhibit at G O'K Museum in Santa Fe. YEP. OK mine won't look like hers, but DAMN!
So here, from Ghost Ranch where she lived is my newest-to-be. . I know she never painted an embracing cat/raven at moonrise.
When I'm feeling woo-woo I think a bit of her spirit found me after her death ....
That or she was as absurdly far-sighted and maybe amblyopic as I am.