A new exhibition, Frank Lloyd Wright's Legacy in San Diego: The Taliesin Apprentices, opened last week at the La Jolla Historical Society’s Wisteria Cottage Gallery. The show includes several drawings by Frank Lloyd Wright that have not been publicly displayed before.
Venue: Wisteria Cottage Gallery at 780 Prospect Avenue.
Hours: 12-4 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays.
Admission to the exhibition is free.
Details: In the decades before and after World War II, several of those who studied under architect Frank Lloyd Wright in his Taliesin Fellowship apprentice program designed and built a fabulous array of structures throughout San Diego.
Fellows Vincent Bonini, Loch Crane, Frederick Liebhardt, Bill Slatton and Sim Bruce Richards as well as Frank Lloyd Wright and his two sons Lloyd (Frank Lloyd Wright Jr.) and John built and unrealized projects will be explored in this show.
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Exhibition ends January 17, 2016.