About the metal picture frame
The metal picture frame is a reproduction of the iconic balloon and confetti design adapted from the art glass windows designed by Wright in the Coonley Playhouse. Just like the art glass, the metal picture frame is all about design, transparency, colors, and geometrical shapes. It is part of the official Frank Lloyd Wright Collection and is made in the USA. Display a photo with style on a hallway or living room table, or on your desk using this metal picture frame. An uncrowded arrangement of few designer items such as Eames miniatures near Wright’s metal picture frame keeps the photo visible and makes your desk appealing. Frank Lloyd Wright’s frame is made of brass with elegant silver finish and epoxy color inlay and can accommodate a picture 3×3. It comes in an elegant packaging with artist biography.
- frame size: 3.5h x 5.75w x 1″l
- Photo size: 3×3,
- Material: Palladium -Plated Brass, Epoxy
About the Coonley Playhouse stained glass
The art window represents confetti and balloons in a Fourth of July Parade. The motif was designed by Wright for the leaded-glass windows of the Avery Coonley Playhouse, Riverside, IL. The combinations of lines, geometric forms and primary colors have inspired generations of designers. MoMA’s design collection showcases glass panes of the original windows.
About Frank Lloyd Wright
Frank Lloyd Wright is among the most iconic American architects of all time. As the pioneer in developing an architectural style that was organic and American, Wright dedicated his work in designing structures that reflected humanity and its environment. One of the best examples of his organic architecture is Fallingwater which is one of the most renown works of American architecture. Fallingwater home has been awarded several times because of its organic nature and becoming part of the near waterfall itself.