As soon as Georgia O'Keeffe learned to drive in 1929, she bought a Model A Ford.
It gave her many things, including much needed freedom and independence;
a way to get to the rugged, remote "faraway" locations she loved; refuge
from the harsh, high desert sun in the summer; and even a place to paint.
She could venture out on a camping trip, remove the back seat and have
enough room inside to work freely on a large canvas, painting en plein air.
She was photographed doing this by her friend Ansel Adams.
She was also photographed in front of a Ford V8 in 1933 by Alfred Stieglitz.