Welcome to SFMOMA’s virtual Second Sundays, a monthly series that includes a reading with a librarian from the San Francisco Public Library, followed by a guided art activity you can do at home. In this installment, we’re focusing on Georgia O’Keeffe!
SFPL’s Ms. Pauline reads Though Georgia’s Eyes written by Rachel Rodriguez, illustrated by Julie Paschkis, and published by Henry Holt and Company, an imprint of Macmillan and read with the publisher’s permission.
This week’s project asks you to use cut paper to make a landscape and its reflection using cool colors like blue and purple. Watch the video to see what you’ll need and how you might create this project at home, or check out our written instructions below!