Taliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright
This was Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter home
Photos taken in January, 2014
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West (1937), Scottsdale, Arizona
A program from the Taliesin Festival of Music and Dance, 1969. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives (The Museum of Modern Art | Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, New York).
Andrew Pielage Photography's new photos of Taliesin West and the David and Gladys Wright house will be on view as part of Artlink Phoenix's Art Detour March 8-9.
Join us for a unique look into the private Arizona residences of Frank Lloyd Wright and his family at Andrew’s gallery located at 918 N. 6th Street, Phoenix, 85004. This show is sponsored by both the Foundation and Image Craft, LLC.
Garden Room, Taliesin West
Photo by Andrew Pielage
Taliesin Tuesday!Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West (1937), Scottsdale, Arizona
"As the sun sets over the desert, the evening light bathes the building and its grounds in warm hues, accentuating and complementing the shapes, textures and colors of the building and its surroundings."
Read the full article from RTX Traveler here.
Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867-1959)
Taliesin West. Scottsdale, Arizona, 1937-1959
Frank Lloyd Wright conceived Taliesin West as a desert camp, set on 600 acres in the Sonoran Desert. The building originally had no roof: instead, translucent canvas protected the rooms from the sun and occasional rainstorm. The walls are made of local boulders, built by Wright’s students.
“Our new desert camp belongs to the Arizona desert as though it had stood there during creation.” – Wright