The popular “Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless” art exhibition, hosted by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and famed Spoke Art Gallery, will return this year in a new, virtual format featuring live-streamed events and limited-edition, Wright-inspired works from over a dozen international, contemporary illustrators and artists.
The virtual show will kick off October 24 at 10 a.m. PST/ 1 p.m. EST with a “Taliesin Talk” conversational discussion livestreamed to the Foundation’s Facebook page, hosted by Vice President of Communication and Partnerships Jeff Goodman, Spoke Art Gallery Curator Ken Harman Hashimoto and select artists from the showcase. A live premiere on the Gallery’s Instagram page will follow at noon PST/ 3 p.m. EST to unveil the exclusive lineup of artwork featured in the exhibition.
Again this year, the pieces are designed in the style of a 1930s-era Works Progress Administration (WPA)-style travel posters depicting artistic interpretations of Wright-designed buildings. Among the list of participating artists are returning guests Max Dalton from Argentina, Alison King from Phoenix, Steve Thomas from Minnesota, François Schuiten from Belguim and George Townley from the United Kingdom; as well as newcomers Jon Arvizu from Phoenix, Dave Perillo from Philadelphia, Aaron Stouffer from Phoenix, Bruce Yan from Seattle, and Phantom City Creative from Toronto. Limited high-quality, hand-numbered posters featured in the series will be available to purchase at Spoke-Art.com as serigraphs or archival pigment prints, also known as screen prints or giclées, range in price from $40 to $75 per print.
To learn more about the collaboration and participating artists, visit FrankLloydWright.org/SpokeArt. Members of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation receive at 10% discount for the first month of the show. To become a member of the Foundation, visit FrankLloydWright.org.