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Day 6. Fallingwater Artist in Residence

Written on November 20, 2016 at 8:39 pm, by

Day 6. Artist in Residence. The Shape Shifter. One of the very first things I noticed walking down in the early morning to see Fallingwater for the first time was its low profile. Kind of like Taliesin West in the desert. Typical Wright I guess, but for some reason I didn’t think it would be  Continue Reading »

Day 5. Artist in Residence

Written on November 20, 2016 at 8:36 pm, by

Day 5. Artist in Residence. Woke up at 2am to hangout with Supermoon and Fallingwater today. I usually get out and do long exposure landscape photography frequently but lately life has taken me other places, so it was fun to get out under the moonlight again. I have (mostly) finished up my exterior photos, so  Continue Reading »

Day 4. Fallingwater Artist in Residence

Written on November 20, 2016 at 8:32 pm, by

Day 4. Artist in Residence. I woke up early again to get out to Fallingwater before the sunrise. It was another beautiful blue sky and warm yellow sunrise. My work so far has lead me to focus on two elements here at Fallingwater, water and stone. Having photographed Bear Run (creek) over the past two  Continue Reading »

Day 3. Fallingwater Artist in Residence

Written on November 20, 2016 at 8:29 pm, by

Day 3. Artist in Residence. Still Honoring the Bear (Run). Super cold morning (26 degrees) for this desert dweller but it was clear blue above and a beautiful warm yellow sunrise. First light on Fallingwater comes in patches. It was fun to watch them dance around the cantilevers. I was upstream yesterday morning so decided  Continue Reading »

Day 2. Fallingwater Artist in Residence

Written on November 20, 2016 at 8:16 pm, by

Day 2. Artist in Residence. Honoring the Bear! Being rooted in landscape photography, I was immediately (like most Wright sites I photograph) drawn to the natural elements that surround his buildings. Here, I keep coming back to two elements, water and stone. So I decided to explore Bear Run (upstream from the house) this morning.  Continue Reading »

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