The square puzzle will not complete without rhythm. Assembly will require synchronizing the last three pieces in a slight rhythmical order to make the structure stable and function as a whole. Wright said: "Rhythm in a building is...
The triangle puzzle is composed of six pieces that are each the same unit. When assembled, they create an entirely new stable, freestanding shape - a star. Wright reminds us that "...each piece is indispensable to the other."...
The sphere puzzle asks you to look at each individual piece carefully and notice the differences, which will guide you while assembling in the right order and right position. Wright reminds us: "I believe that in the search for the...
The set of two Frank Lloyd Wright Car Coasters measuring 2 1/2 inches in diameter is a unique gift for the Wright collector. They are made of absorbent stone, fit in all car cup holders and are offered in a variety of popular Wright...
Created by Los Angeles sculptor Peter Mayor, this beautifully simple toy has been designed to stimulate innovative play and increase children's spatial skills and color awareness. There are no buttons to push and no batteries...
Custom designed ceramic mug
Gift certificates from the Chazen Museum of Art are available in almost any amount and can be used toward any museum purchase. We will mail the certificate to the recipient at no cost. A personalized message can be written on your gift...
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Compendium 2012: Art Department Faculty Exhibition
Competition and Collaboration: Japanese Prints of the Utagawa School
Gears Pattern Design Magnets
I Knew Him, Jim Dine
Little Sun Lamp
Robert Schultz Drawings, 1990-2007
Sean Scully Paintings and Watercolors
Tandem Press 25 Years of Printmaking
The Human Condition: The Stephen and Pamela Hootkin Collection
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