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BONE WIND FIRE A meditation on the work of three artists, each of whom centered much of their work on the environments in which they painted. For Georgia O’Keeffe, it was the extraordinary desert landscapes of New mexico; for Emily Carr, the lush rain forests of British Columbia; and for Frida Kahlo, the heat and dust of Mexico City. Using extracts from each woman’s letters and diaries, the film reveals three distinct creative processes in all their subtlety and variety.

BONE WIND FIRE A meditation on the work of three artists, each of whom centered much of their work on the environments in which they painted. For Georgia O’Keeffe, it was the extraordinary desert landscapes of New mexico; for Emily Carr, the lush rain forests of British Columbia; and for Frida Kahlo, the heat and dust of Mexico City. Using extracts from each woman’s letters and diaries, the film reveals three distinct creative processes in all their subtlety and variety.

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