Georgia O’Keeffe’s home in New Mexico
The home and studio of American artist Georgia O’Keeffe in Abiquiu, New Mexico is captured by who New York-based Eduardo Cerruti and Stephanie Draime–Cerruti Draime Photography. With a passion for travel, the pair aim to reflect the quality of their experiences and portray the richness of daily life through their imagery.
The series on O’Keeffe’s studio is striking in its raw minimalism and vibrant palette. O’Keeffe restored the original rust-red structure when she purchased it in 1945, however minimally altered the small windows by opening it up to the flow of natural light and majestic views of the Chama Valley.
The home and studio of American artist Georgia O’Keeffe in Abiquiu, New Mexico is captured by Cerruti Draime.
Sun-dried mud and earthy materials are used for the typical Pueblo Revival style home and thick walls, rounded exteriors, flat roofs, and enclosed courtyards reflect and complement the natural environment.
Each room is curated and displays O’Keeffe’s minimal and carefully chosen items. Animal bones, rocks, shells and other found objects she scavenged from the landscapes are displayed in the home as an admiration towards simple, raw formations and the contours of nature.
The Georgia O’Keeffee Museum runs frequent tours of the home and studio, which can be booked here.
All images by Eduardo Cerruti & Stephanie Draime