Frances Myers—Frank Lloyd Wright Prints
Frances Myers (1936–2014) had a strong fondness for architecture, particularly the innovative Johnson Wax building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Myers executes her work with tonal gradations in an aquatint etching process. During a long career, as an artist and teacher at UW-Madison, her work has incorporated a wide variety of printmaking techniques including relief, photo-etching, and mixed media processes. Frances Myer’s admiration of Wright and his architecture came in her early years growing up in Racine, Wisconsin—home to the SC Johnson Wax building and Wingspread.
The complete set of six prints is available in a boxed portfolio, call 262.638.8200 for details.
Aquatint Etching on paper
Image size: 19 3/4 x 25 1/2 inches
Paper size: 26 1/2 x 37 inches
RAM MEMBER PRICE: $780
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