What motivates many people to take tours such as that offered at Taliesin West, is the interesting discoveries that await. There are so many nooks and crannies at Wright’s Arizona estate, that one never knows what will be found in the next room or just around the corner.
The picture below shows a detailed oriental sculpture that sat upon a dentil shelf in the Kiva Room that was used for conferences, etc. This evening they served cookies and juice.
A detail from the Kiva (conference room)
Taliesin has its own Music Pavilion.
The Music Pavilion
This mural (below) in the Music Pavilion is called “City by the Sea” which some explain was Frank Lloyd Wright’s interpretation of the Chicago skyline.
City by the Sea mural in the Music Pavilion
Read more about Taiesin West HERE.
Previous posts and photographs in the Taliesin West series in chronological order:
- Taliesin Photo Tour Introduction – Posted July 3, 2017
- Our Walk Begins – Posted July 4, 2017
- A visit to the drafting studio – Posted July 5, 2017
- Studio Reflecting Pool & Artwork – Posted July 6, 2017
- Artwork and Living Room Posted July 7, 2017
- Use of geometric shapes – Posted July 8, 2017
- Fire breathing dragon and reflecting pool – Posted July 9, 2017
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