Responding to Frank Lloyd Wright: Richard Davies and Frances Myers

June 4 - June 5, 2016

British artist Richard Davies and Wisconsin artist Frances Myers have both been inspired by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Operating independently, they each produced print series that use Wright buildings as subject matter; exploring the structure of various sites, as well as playing with pattern, form, and design.

Examples from both artists are juxtaposed in this special exhibition drawn directly from RAM’s collection. Organized in response to Wright and Like 2016, it honors one of America’s greatest architectural talents as well as two famed printmakers.

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RAM is offering reduced museum admission for Wright & Like 2016 Tour ticket holders.

Frances Myers
Johnson Wax Building from The Frank Lloyd Wright Portfolio, 1980

Color Aquatint; edition 1/50
Racine Art Museum, Gift of Karen Johnson Boyd
Photography: Jon Bolton, Racine, WI

Richard Davies
Johnson Wax/Wisconsin, ca. 1980

Color Serigraph; edition 15/125
Racine Art Museum, Gift of Karen Johnson Boyd
Photography: Jon Bolton, Racine, WI

Frances Myers
Wingspread from The Frank Lloyd Wright Portfolio, 1980
Color Aquatint; edition 1/50
Racine Art Museum, Gift of Karen Johnson Boyd
Photography: Jon Bolton, Racine, WI