Listen: Georgia O'keefe, Alfred Stieglitz Stiglitz And Saint Louis discussed on Charlie Brennan
"Be speaking. And that is tomorrow here in Saint Louis. I know people will be looking for that. So, by the way, everybody has a mentor, who is your dad's mentor good question. You know, when he started in photography, the person who was the most influential was Alfred Stieglitz Stiglitz in New York. His wife was Georgia O'Keefe, and he had the opportunity of meeting him and her over the years. And he, he. That's, that's, that's neat to hear Stiglitz was married at Georgia. O'keefe. Yes, they were that that was certainly as photographic mentor the at other mentors. That helped with the financial end of it in, in supporting him in what he was trying to do, and helping produce books and. Very good. Very good. Well, you know, O'Keefe did some of her best work when she was an octogenarian. You're not retiring are you? Well, I'm pretty well retired. Now. Speaking circuit. No, no. I'm happy to do that. I'm having to talk about my dad. Absolutely well, thank you so much for joining us today on came wax. We're going to get back to our discussion of the Stanley Cup winning Saint Louis blues, you know, we've waited fifty two years for that Bunder state tomorrow, people are going to really enjoy your lunch and lecture. And again, that's Dr Michael Adams, who's insane Lewis to talk about his father, Ansel Adams, the great landscape, photographer. That's tomorrow, the international photography hall of fame and museum. Thank you doctor for joining us on came away. Thank you very much. Okay. We're gonna take a break here. Quick time out and back with more. If you wanna get blues memorabilia, we're gonna give you some information on that. And speaking of the hall of fame, from the NHL hall of fame Bernie"