EXHIBIT: The Gordon House by Frank Lloyd Wright
The Gordon House is the only Frank Lloyd Wright project built in Oregon. The Gordon House Conservancy, whose mission includes preservation and education, has created an informative touring exhibit of interpretive panels, books, and videos and a 3-D model of the house for use in public libraries. The purpose of the exhibit is to expand awareness of one of Oregon’s most important and unique architectural treasures and arguably America’s most important and influential architect. Lake Oswego Library has been selected for the inaugural exhibit during the month of November. Stop by the main floor of the Library in November to experience this unique exhibit! Also, be sure to mark your calendar for a presentation about Frank Lloyd Wright, his Usonian design theory, and its application in the Gordon House on Tuesday, November 22 at 7pm. For more information about the exhibit, please contact the Allison Arnold, Adult Services Manager, at 503-534-5665 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.