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Timely putting tip helps O'Keeffe romp to seven-shot Munster Stroke Play win

Peter O'Keeffe (Douglas) winner of the Munster Stroke Play Championship 2020, Cork Golf Club. 06/09/2020. Picture: © Golffile | Thos Caffrey Douglas’ Peter O’Keeffe clinched the Munster Stroke Play Championship in stunning fashion at Cork Golf Club, powering through the field on the final day to win by a staggering seven strokes.Starting the day from ...
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Explore 1,100 Works of Art by Georgia O’Keeffe: They’re Now Digitized and Free to View Online

Lake George Reflection (circa 1921) via Wikimedia Commons What comes to mind when you think of Georgia O’Keeffe? Bleached skulls in the desert? Aerial views of clouds, almost cartoonish in their puffiness? Voluptuous flowers (freighted with an erotic charge the artist may not have intended)? Probably not Polaroid prints of a dark haired pet chow sprawled on flagstones… Or watercolor sketches of demurely pretty ladies... Or a massive cast iron abstraction… If your knowledge of America’s most cel...
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How Georgia O’Keeffe Became Georgia O’Keeffe: An Animated Video Tells the Story

When Georgia O’Keeffe first saw the home in Abiquiú, in Northern New Mexico that she would purchase from the Catholic Church in 1945 “the 5,000-square-foot compound was in ruins,” writes the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. The artist immediately seized on its potential: “As I climbed and walked about in the ruin,” she remembers, “I found a patio with a very pretty well house and bucket to draw up water. It was a good-sized patio with a long wall with a door on one side. That wall with a door in...
Tags: Google, Art, New York, College, Georgia, Catholic Church, Van Gogh, Southwest, Facebook Twitter, Gogh, Josh Jones, Abiquiu, Alfred Stieglitz, Frida Kahlo, O'Keeffe, Taos


How to get a job at PR giant Edelman and what to expect if you land an interview, according to the company's recruiters

Edelman, the biggest public relation firms in the world, gets more than 4,000 job applications per month in the US for an average of 175 openings. Business Insider spoke with Edelman recruiters and other insiders who said the agency doesn't ask for cover letters and instead, primarily uses LinkedIn to recruit. Recruiters said applicants should keep their LinkedIn profiles up to date, research company culture, and be prepared to discuss professional failures as well as successes in interviews. ...
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12 surprising facts about Santa Fe

N icknamed “The City Different,” Santa Fe has always been known for marching to the beat of its own drum. Its story stretches back to the 1600s, giving this Southwestern hub multiple centuries to grow into its imaginative, artistic self. Today, the city shows off its wide array of historic sites, hundreds of art galleries, and perhaps the most colorful culinary scene in the country. To celebrate the New Mexican capital, here are some of the most surprising facts about Santa Fe — and how you ca...
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Farmer’s diary from 1810 shows he was more woke about homosexuality than many Americans today

A page of Tomlinson’s diary. Credit: The University of Oxford An English farmer who lived 200 years ago was more woke about homosexuality than many people today, according to an entry from his newly unearthed diary. Matthew Tomlinson was a farmer in West Yorkshire in Northern England. In January 1810, he heard about a naval surgeon who had been executed for sodomy and took to his journal to express why he thought criminalizing homosexuality was wrong. In England and Wales, homosexuality was p...
Tags: England, Wales, Life, Lifestyle, History, Homosexuality, West Yorkshire, University of Oxford, Farmer, Northern England, Diary, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Tomlinson, O'Keeffe, 19th Century


Own the Recipes of Georgia O’Keeffe

For the first time, the artist’s recipe collection is going up for auction. Handwritten cards and newspaper clippings offer a peek into her well-tended domestic life.
Tags: Art, News, Georgia, Auctions, Sotheby's, O'Keeffe, Georgia O'Keeffe, Cooking and Cookbooks, Gardens and Gardening


MGA mounts spectacular singles rally to regain Carey Cup

Trevor Randolph. P{cture: MGA The Metropolitan Golf Association won back the Governor Hugh Carey Cup when they staged a spectacular final day singles comeback to beat a GUI selection 6.5-5.5 at Arcola Country Club in New Jersey.Trailing 4-2 after the opening day's foursomes and fourballs, the hosts won four of the six singles to claim the biennial match for the first time since th...
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Nonfiction: The Two Artist Couples Who Helped Start American Modernism

Alfred Stieglitz, Georgia O’Keeffe, Paul Strand and Rebecca Salsbury coupled, fought and made some of the most influential photographs and paintings of the 20th century. “Foursome,” by Carolyn Burke, tells their story.
Tags: Art, Photography, News, Georgia, James, Alfred, PAUL, Burke, Carolyn, O'Keeffe, Strand, Stieglitz, Georgia O'Keeffe, Books and Literature, Paul Strand, Carolyn Burke


Constitutional law roundup

You don’t need to be a religious believer to think the Supreme Court should uphold the continued display of the Bladensburg war memorial cross [George Will/syndicated, ] Cato filed a brief in the case [Ilya Shapiro, Trevor Burrus, Patrick Moran, and Michael Finch on The American Legion v. American Humanist Association] “The Second Amendment In The New Supreme Court” [Federalist Society conference with Renee Lerner, Stephen Halbrook, Mark W. Smith, and others; Halbrook on the Court’s decision...
Tags: Taxes, Guns, Supreme Court, Law, Oregon, Court, Uncategorized, Constitutional Law, Religious Liberty, Eugene Volokh, George Will, Bladensburg, O'Keeffe, American Humanist Association, The American Legion, Ilya Shapiro


A Pioneering Photographer, Bare in the Back Country

Walking on the wild side in California, Anne Brigman became one with nature through her body and spunk. A century later, she is being recognized.
Tags: Art, Photography, News, California, Georgia, Museums, Alfred, O'Keeffe, Stieglitz, Nevada Museum of Art, Lake Tahoe (Nev, Anne Brigman


Mullarney and O'Keeffe set for Chile trip in January

Ronan Mullarney in action at the 2018 Men's Home Internationals at Conwy Golf Club, Conwy, Wales on Thursday 13th September 2018. Picture: Thos Caffrey / Golffile Galway’s Ronan Mullarney and Douglas’ Peter O'Keeffe have been selected by the GUI to compete at the South American Amateur Championship in Santiago, Chile from January 10-13.Mullarney and O'Keeffe will travel to Club d...
Tags: US, Sport, Ireland, Santiago, Chile, Golf, Galway, Douglas, SANTIAGO Chile, Tralee, Europe Australia, Keeffe, Amateur golf, Maynooth University, O Keeffe, Ronan Mullarney


Famous Artists and Their Pets

Having a companion can be inspirational as these artists attest. Here is an interesting list of Artists and their pets.   From Henri Matisse’s two cats, Minouche and Coussi, to more unique pets like Salvador Dalí’s ocelot, furry companions of all kinds have spurred the creativity of notable visual artists. Below is a list of some of the most prominent artist-pet relationships, and how each contributed to their body of work. Andy Warhol Pop artist Andy Warhol grew up with a love of cats and do...
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Blast From the Past: Georgia O’Keeffe and the cup of humanity

One of my favorite encounters with the spirit of tea came while touring the home and studio of Georgia O’Keeffe in Abiquiu, New Mexico. In her pantry, I spied two Mason jars on the wall. One had been hand labeled by O’Keeffe as Tea. Next to it was a jar with a label that read Good Tea. I laughed out loud. This is the moment of enlightenment all students of tea eventually discover along their way. Enlightenment begins the moment we realize there is tea, and there is good tea. Hopefully, we carry...
Tags: Tea, Art, Boston, Columbia University, New Mexico, Archives, Santa Fe, Classic, Frank Lloyd Wright, Patten, Mason, Patton, O'Keeffe, Okakura Kakuzo, Bruce Richardson, Tao Te Ching


Hall and O'Keeffe beat 70kph winds at Portmarnock Links

Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Links Ger Hall defied 70 kph winds to birdie the last and win the second TaylorMade Winter Series outing of the season at Portmarnock Links.He topped a 62-strong field that at least enjoyed blue skies and balmy temperatures, carding a three-over 74 to win the nett by a shot from Portmarnock Links' four-handicapper Eamonn Keane.Out in three-over, Hall bogey...
Tags: Sport, Css, Pga, Golf, Hall, Douglas, Walton, Taylormade, Keane, Naas, Keeffe, Portmarnock, Amateur golf, PGA Irish Region, Portmarnock Links, Galway Bay


Ireland to face England in five-in-a-row bid

Tiarnan McLarnon. Picture by Pat Cashman Ireland will face England for the Raymond Trophy and a fifth Home Internationals crown in a row following their 9.5-5.5 win over Wales at Conwy.England beat Scotland 8-7 to set up a final day showdown for the title against an Irish team that won the foursomes 3.5-1.5 before claiming six wins from the ten singles matches.Ireland named an un...
Tags: England, Wales, Scotland, Sport, Ireland, Golf, James Wilson, Oliver Brown, Jones, Ben Jones, Wilson, Chamberlain, Hague, Roberts, Walker, Welsh


Ireland dominate Scotland in Home Internationals opener

Conor Purcell. Picture: Pat Cashman Ireland made a strong start to their bid for a fifth successive Home Internationals when they beat Scotland 11.5-3.5 at Conwy in Wales.They face the hosts on day two as England, who also began with a 11.5-3.5 win over Wales, face Scotland.Peter O’Keeffe and Robin Dawson lost to Scotland’s Euan McIntosh and Ryan Lumsden in the opening foursomes b...
Tags: England, Wales, Scotland, Sport, Ireland, Golf, James Wilson, Johnston, Jeff Wright, Dawson, O'Keeffe, Conwy, Amateur golf, Alex Gleeson, Robin Dawson, Pat Cashman


Interpros: Leinster blues going for four-in-a-row

Eugene Smith (Leinster) bunkered at the 8th green during the final day of the 2017 Interprovincial Matches at Carlow Golf Club. Picture by Pat Cashman Leinster will begin their quest for a fourth successive Interprovincial Championship at Athenry on Wednesday.The three-in-a-row champions have three members of last year’s winning side to call on for their title defence.South of Ire...
Tags: Sport, Ireland, Golf, Island, Dublin, Leinster, Munster, Limerick, Cork, Galway, Connacht, Ulster, Kerr, Magee, Lee Valley, Malone


Long claims Douglas Scratch Cup

The 18th at Douglas Golf Club Eoghan Long claimed the Douglas Senior Scratch Cup when he fired rounds of 72 and 70 to edge out international Peter O'Keeffe by a stroke on two-under par.O'Keeffe and Eric Rumley opened with 70s to lead by two strokes from Long, Darren Kelleher and Greg O'Mahony.While Gary O'Flaherty shot a 69 in the afternoon, he finished six behind on 148 after his...
Tags: Sport, Css, Golf, Bill Murray, John, Stephen, Collins, Mccarthy, Murray, Crowley, Thomas, Gary, Greg, Neill, Donnell, Brien


O’Keeffe’s Paradise, Lost and Found

Maui, Wowee: Georgia O’Keeffe’s largely unknown Hawaiian paintings and sketches surface in the Bronx, at the New York Botanical Garden.
Tags: Art, News, Georgia, Hawaii, Bronx, New York Botanical Garden, O'Keeffe, Georgia O'Keeffe, Bronx (NYC, Flowers and Plants, Gardens and Gardening, Endangered and Extinct Species, Maui Wowee


Mid West Alliance: O'Keeffe 9 under at Dromoland

Peter O'Keeffe (Douglas) en route to victory in the Flogas Irish Amateur Open at Royal County Down last year. Picture: Pat Cashman Photography Douglas' Peter O'Keeffe blasted 45 gross stableford points — nine under par — to win the Mid West Alliance outing at Dromoland Golf Club on SundayThe reigning Irish Amateur Open champion won Category One by a whopping four points from Ciara...
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Georgia O’Keeffe in a New Light, Hawaii to New York and Between

The New York Botanical Garden will exhibit works from 1939, and three museums will offer a show that highlights her influence on contemporary artists.
Tags: Art, New York, News, Georgia, Museums, New York Botanical Garden, O'Keeffe, Georgia O'Keeffe, New Light Hawaii


Art Review: MoMA Upends Its Collection to Celebrate Late Careers

The Museum of Modern Art proves that creativity is not just a young person’s game, stocking its fourth-floor galleries with works made by artists 45 and older.
Tags: Art, News, Georgia, David, Museums, Bourgeois, Sculpture, Jasper, Museum of Modern Art, ANN, Collins, Joan, Jonas, Murray, Moma, Helen


View From the River Café: 40 Years of Feasts and Firsts

This special-occasion restaurant on the East River in Brooklyn was in many ways a pioneer, yet its understated charm and elegant owner still thrive.
Tags: News, Restaurants, Restaurant, Brooklyn, Ny, Michael, East River, O'Keeffe, Brooklyn (NYC, River Cafe (Brooklyn


Required Reading: How They Decorated, Inspiration from Great Women of the 20th Century

Flicking through a vintage magazine can start well: the fabulous cover, the glamorous ads. But all too soon attention wanders, until finally—color!—in the form of wonderful photos of the freshly decorated home of someone with six names. Fortunately, the renowned blogger and design detective P. Gaye Tapp has done the hard work for us, collecting her findings from a lifetime of magazine flicking in a charming book: How They Decorated: Inspiration from Great Women of the 20th Century. Photography b...
Tags: Amazon, Books, New York, France, Uncategorized, Georgia, Furniture, Normandy, Paris, Richard, Eames, Charlie, Houston Texas, Alfred Stieglitz, Dominique, Gloria Vanderbilt


Bet You Didn't Know Georgia O'Keeffe Left Her Famous, Cheating Husband For A Mountain

And the upshot was that part of New Mexico became "Georgia O'Keeffe country." Why? "As Mont Sainte-Victoire was to Cezanne, so Pedernal was to O’Keeffe, who painted it, obsessively, almost 30 times. 'It’s my private mountain,' she once said. 'It belongs to me. God told me if I painted it enough, I could have it.'"
Tags: Art, Georgia, New Mexico, Visual, Cezanne, Keeffe, O'Keeffe, Mont Sainte Victoire, 06.26.17, Pedernal


Flowers in Focus: Photography Through the Lens of O’Keeffe

Join the Brooklyn Museum this June for an immersive Gallery/Studio Program photography class inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe’s exploration of abstract form and color. Develop an understanding of the principles guiding O’Keeffe’s aesthetics and learn to apply them to your own work over four Saturdays. Offered in partnership with Brooklyn Botanic...Read more »
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Anderson adds Munster Strokeplay to West crown

Munster Strokeplay winner Barry Anderson (The Royal Dublin) receiving the Cork Scratch Cup from Liam Ryan, Ryan's SuperValu and Nuala Lyden, Lady Captain, Cork GC.  Also pictured: Jim Long, Chairman, Munster Golf, and Rob Reardon, Captain, Cork GC. Picture: Niall O'Shea West of Ireland champion Barry Anderson completed a memorable month of April when he won the Munster Strokeplay ...
Tags: Sport, Ireland, Golf, Supervalu, Mccarthy, Anderson, Galway, Mcdonnell, Barry Anderson, Foley, Ryan, MCGLynn, Healy, Keeffe, Portmarnock, Kinsale


My Dinner With Georgia O'Keeffe, When Her Eyebrow Burned Off

"I saw O'Keeffe rise unsteadily to one knee, and then to her feet. She looked shaken. 'Well,' she said, with a thin smile, 'It seems we're not having chicken.'" Calvin Tomkins remembers a visit to the artist at her summer home in New Mexico, the Ghost Ranch, in 1973.
Tags: Art, People, New Mexico, Georgia O Keeffe, O Keeffe, Calvin Tomkins, 04.23.17