Inspired by Wright
Sourcing Wild Christmas Trees for Taliesin West
Journey with us to Arizona’s Grand Canyon as the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s Retail Manager selects Christmas trees from the wild to decorate Taliesin West in a way that seems fitting for Wright’s winter home.
Mark Johnson | Dec 2, 2020
Willey House Stories Part 20 – The Struggle
Every house has stories to tell, particularly if the house was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Some stories are familiar. Some are even true. Some, true or not, have been lost to time, while others are yet to be told. Steve Sikora, owner of the Malcom Willey House, continues his exploration of the home and its influence on architecture and society.
Steve Sikora | Oct 19, 2020
A Stunning Sequel: Spoke Art + Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Spoke Art teamed up once again in 2020! The follow-up to the popular “Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless” exhibition made its debut in late October as a virtual showcase and now has limited edition artworks available.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Oct 16, 2020
Frank Lloyd Wright Virtual Classroom: How Like Wright Are You?
Find out how much you may have in common with architect Frank Lloyd Wright with this activity, “How Like Wright Are You?”
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Oct 14, 2020
Enhance Your “Zoom Room” with Frank Lloyd Wright Inspiration
Roll out your next Zoom call or virtual meeting in style: Frank Lloyd Wright inspired design lends extra polish to your “Zoom Room” background and work space decor.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Oct 9, 2020
Frank Lloyd Wright Virtual Classroom: Air Pollution Experiment
This activity challenges you to carefully observe the air quality around you and how much air pollution might be in your own city or hometown. Learn how Frank Lloyd Wright planned a design for a city without cars, railroads, or tall buildings in hopes of decreasing air pollution to find ways to create a more healthy, sustainable way of living.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Oct 7, 2020
Frank Lloyd Wright Virtual Classroom: Art Deco Flower Arrangement Activity
In the 1920’s and 1930’s, Art Deco was the popular art style of its day with characteristics that included a fascination with geometry, fragmented forms, and abstraction. Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs held many similar elements found in Art Deco. For this activity, you will be making a geometric impression of shapes made from flower and plant materials that you find in nature.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Sep 15, 2020
Frank Lloyd Wright Virtual Classroom: Self Portraits & Geometric Form
Frank Lloyd Wright was intrigued by nature’s geometric shapes, patterns, and colors and how those elements influenced the way he viewed the world around him and his design work. This activity challenges you to observe the world around you in order to create a geometric self portrait of yourself or someone you know.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Sep 8, 2020
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Reveals New Vision & Mission Statements
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation recently adopted brand new Vision & Mission Statements to better reflect both the deep commitment toward Wright’s legacy and the ultimate forward-reaching impact on the world that his work and ideas contribute toward making life better and richer today and relevant well into the future.
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation | Sep 2, 2020