Carol Bishop made a pilgrimage across the United States in search of a way to express her deep connection to the work of Frank Lloyd Wright. Her experience of Wright's architecture transcended a mere understanding of his design philosophy. In Frank Lloyd Wright: The Romantic Spirit Carol Bishop's paintings and photographs capture both the radiant energy and the ephemeral quality of Wright's architecture. Bishop's work also reveals how Wright's architecture inspires thoughts and feelings about the harmony between nature and humanity. Frank Lloyd Wright: The Romantic Spirit is a welcome addition to the rich publishing legacy on the work of this master architect.
The artwork in this book will be the subject of an exhibit at the Huntington Museum, Pasadena, California in October 2005 and displayed at the Frank Lloyd Wright National Convention in 2005.