Goergia O'keeffe's life and paintings Sarah Spivey By bmstech Jan 1, 1887 Georgia was born. Her painting to the right is calledLight Iris. She painted it in 1924. Jan 1, 1905 Goergia started school at Art Institute of Chicago. This picture is called Seated nude. She painted this picture in 1917. Jan 1, 1912 Moved to Charlottesville, Virginia. This picture is called Jimson Weed. She painted this in 1936. Jan 1, 1918 Georgia moved back to New York City. This picture was painted in 1930. It is called Apple Blossoms. Jan 1, 1924 Began painting huge flowers. This picture is one of the "huge" flowers she painted. It is called Red poppy. She painted it in 1927. Jan 1, 1933 Georgia has a nervous breakdown. She moves back to New Mexico. This picture is called Canyon Country. Maybe she painted it when she moved abck to New Mexico. Jun 3, 1949 Elected to the Prestigious National Institue of Arts and Letters. This picture is called Pink and Yellow hollyhocks. She painted it in 1952. Jan 1, 1959 Embarked on a trip around the world. This picture is called The red Maple at Lake George. It was pianted in 1926. Jan 1, 1968 Georgia was the cover story of Life MAgazine. This picture is called Deer's skull with Pedernal. It was painted in 1936. Jan 1, 1986 Georgia sadly dies. This picture is called Canyon with Crows. It was painted in 1917.