In this book, stemming from a deep emotive connection to Frank Lloyd Wright’s work, Carol Bishop captures its radiant energy with an inherent understanding of Wright’s design philosophy. Bishop has made a pilgrimage across the United States focusing on Wright. In Frank Lloyd Wright: The Romantic Spirit she employs a unique combination of photography and paint which exudes an ephemeral quality that perfectly expresses the experience of Wright’s buildings. She says, “Through photography I reveal how his architecture can force us to think and feel about the harmony between nature and humanity. Wright’s romantic philosophy invites us into a dialogue about the way design fuels the spirit of human potential.”
The artwork from this book was the subject of an exhibition at the Huntington Museum, Pasadena, California, in October 2005 and was displayed a the FLW National Convention in 2005.