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Gabby Abbot | Nov 14, 2018

9. The Flower-in-the-Crannied Wall sculpture is a stoneware copy of a piece Wright had designed for the Susan Lawrence Dana house in 1902. He apparently liked it so well he placed it in various locations throughout the Taliesin estate over the following decades. Badly damaged from this exposure, the piece was conserved in 2014 and a reproduction made through a fascinating 3D printing process. The original (right image) now stands in the Taliesin Studio and the reproduction just outside in the garden. The title comes from the Alfred Lord Tennyson poem carved on the back of the piece.