Chair of Visual Merchandising Exhibits Work at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin
May 10, 2018
Throughout May, 2018, a solo exhibition of photographs taken by Laurel Lueders, Chair of LIM College's Visual Merchandising department, was displayed at the Wisconsin estate of Frank Lloyd Wright.
The 800-acre estate, Taliesin, includes Wright's studio and drafting room, as well as numerous other buildings designed by the legendary architect. Professor Lueders photographed each of these locations for her project, titled “Unending.”
"For a year and a half, I was onsite photographing interiors and exteriors throughout the seasons. Every time was different — new colors and light," said Professor Lueders. "Taliesin is not just a museum or a historic place, but a living work of art. To be part of that was truly inspiring."
Professor Lueders' site-specific photographs were intended to offer visitors an enhanced appreciation for the architectural landmark. They were viewable in Taliesin’s Hillside Dana Gallery from May 5 to May 25.
(Exhibit photo courtesy of Taliesin Preservation Inc.)