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Taliesin Talks: Spoke Art: The Virtual Gallery

October 24, 2020
Taliesin West

The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Spoke Art are teaming up again! The follow-up to the popular “Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless” Exhibition makes its virtual debut October 24th at 10:00 a.m. Pacific with this Facebook live Taliesin Talk.

The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Spoke Art gallery have joined forces once again this year to host another iteration of 2019’s popular art exhibition, Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless. This year, the show has gone virtual. The Timeless Virtual Gallery features work from several international artists, with pieces designed in the style of a 1930s-era Works Progress Administration (WPA) travel poster. The show will once again highlight artistic interpretations of Wright-designed buildings and the public will have an opportunity to purchase limited-edition, hand-numbered prints.

The Facebook chat is moderated by the Foundation’s Vice President of Communications & Partnerships Jeff Goodman with Spoke Art Curator Ken Harman Hashimoto and several of this year’s participating artists as they discuss their inspiration and processes.


Ken Harman Hashimoto – Gallery Owner and Curator for Spoke Art Gallery and Hashimoto Contemporary

Jeff GoodmanVice President of Communications and Partnerships, Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation 

Participating Artists:

Jon Arvizu (artist for “Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium”)
Thomas Danthony (artist for “Gordon Strong Automotive”)
Alison King (artist for “Boomer Cottage”)
Dave Perillo (artist for “Imperial Hotel”)
Aaron Stouffer (artist for “David & Gladys Wright House”)
George Townley (artist for “Benjamin Adelman House”)
Bruce Yan (artist for “Guggenheim”)



Above artwork featuring the Imperial Hotel by Dave Perillo


Please note that all Taliesin Talks take place on Facebook, first as live broadcasts, and then saved for viewing after the livestream.


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