Frank Lloyd Wright Once Said…

Frank Lloyd Wright was born on June 8, 1867 and died on April 9, 1959. Frank was an American architect, interior designer, writer, and educator. His work spanned over 70 years, designing over 1,000 structures which 532 were completed.

Study Nature. Love Nature. Stay close to nature. It will never fail you. – Frank Lloyd Wright

I’ve been a fan of Frank Lloyd Wrights architecture for many years. He does a lot of mid-century modern designs and has influenced many artist and architects with his work. Frank’s quote about nature and to study, love and stay close to nature is close to my heart. I do love doing all of those things and just being outside and experiencing it can change your day.

The thing always happens that you really believe in; and the belief in a thing makes it happen. – Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank said that the thing you really believe in that the belief will make it happen and I believe there is some truth to that. If you have belief that you’ll succeed in something you will strive to do better. Belief’s can be very influential and strong. One should follow their dreams and be influenced by them and believe that you can create something unique.

The longer I live, the more beautiful life becomes. – Frank Lloyd Wright

I believe in this because while I did appreciate things when I was younger being that I grew up as an artist I feel that the older I get the more appreciation I have for the beauty I see.

Boulter House designed by Frank Lloyd Wright here in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Boulter House was designed in 1956 by Frank Lloyd Wright for two university professors and scholars, Cedric G. and Patricia Neils Boulter. It is not currently on the market as of June of 2020 but is definitely a historical sight to see. There are three houses in the Cincinnati area that were built by Frank Lloyd Wright and many other famous houses and buildings in the United States.

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