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Georgia O'Keeffe’s Ram Skull
RamSkull2RHG

Origin

Georgia O'Keeffe

Type

Ram Skull

Effects

Turns the surrounding area into a desert landscape

Downsides

May cause a nervous breakdown with extended use

Activation

Laying upon a flat surface

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Iris-258G

Aisle

43296-093

Shelf

58779-5376-946

Date of Collection

February 19, 2002

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OriginsEdit

Georgia O'Keeffe was an artist whose paintings included close up, focused views of flower blossoms and New York City buildings. She later moved to and took up residence in New Mexico, depicting the various elements she saw while there. She has been recognized as the mother of American Modernism and was married to photographer Alfred Stieglitz.

In New Mexico, she went on many hiking trips around the area to explore the local desert and mountains. On one of those trips, she found and took home a ram’s skull, which inspired her painting Ram's Head White Hollyhock and Little Hills.

EffectsEdit

When laid on a flat surface, such as a floor, canvas or desktop, it transforms the surrounding landscape into a desert scene. It turns the ground into sand, makes the air hotter, fills it with desert flora and fauna and sometimes adds mountain ranges in the distance. With extended usage, it will make the user susceptible and likely to have a nervous breakdown.

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