Frank Lloyd Wright's concept of "Organic Architecture" offered a fresh alternative to the European style buildings, which dominated the United States for two centuries. Wright's concept of organic living encompassed not only architecture, but human interactions as well. The Organic Commandments written by Wright summarize his far reaching inspirational ideology. "Love is the virtue of the Heart; Sincerity the virtue of the Mind; Decision the virtue of the Will; Courage the virtue of the Spirit." On this glass panel, enamel colors are individually applied to a single sheet of glass which is then kiln fired to permanently fuse the enamels to the glass. The glass is then wood framed with matching stand. Ht: 7.75". W: 11.25".
A new version of this popular silk scarf design with delicate alternating satin and sheer stripes. The graceful geometric pattern on the Frank Lloyd Wright Waterlilies Silk Scarf, depicting flowers and lily pads floating in a tranquil pool, is adapted from an unrealized leaded glass window designed by Wright circa 1893-95. A perfect gift. 100% Silk. Size: 55" x 12"....
This vibrant Frank Lloyd Wright design silk scarf is adapted from the "Tree of Life" design motif found in the art glass windows of the Darwin D. Martin House. 100% silk. Length:60". Width:10".
This Frank Lloyd Wright scarf features a lively abstraction of the desert landscape originally created along with several other illustrations for the cover of Liberty magazine. 100% silk. Dry-clean only. Length: 58’’. Width: 11.5’’.
This scarf's pattern is adapted from a rug design intended for the Max Hoffman House, 1957, Rye, New York, and later executed for the living room of Taliesin, Spring Green, WI. 100% silk. Dry-clean only. Length: 60". Width: 12".