When you hear the name O’Keeffe, who pops into your mind?
Probably Georgia. Her sensual, pastel-colored flowers and stark but soft desert landscape paintings are iconic.
But there was more than one driven, talented artist in the O’Keeffe family. An exhibit on view at the Clark Art Institute, “Ida O’Keeffe: Escaping Georgia’s Shadow,” explores the lesser-known artist in the family.