Two Seasons / The Black Place by Walter Nelson
“Two Seasons – The Black Place”, focuses on the area in which Georgia O’Keeffe spent some 20 years painting and drawing. Today, O’Keeffe’s Black Place remains a remote and uninhabited landscape. It is a harsh place, bitterly cold in winter, baking hot in summer, and swept by ferocious winds. The title “Two Seasons – The Black Place” comes from the visual extremes of aridity and snow. There are only two visual seasons in the Black Place: Spring, Summer, Fall being one; Winter being the other. Without the vision of snow then the earth forms would always be the same, for this is a very arid high desert plateau (see portfolio).
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