SAMARA EDUCATION SERIES
Fall 2000
SAMARA Colors and Their Use
A Frank Lloyd Wright Masterpiece

Frank Lloyd Wright's Use of Color in Architecture
Ted Osborn
SAMARA Interpreter
SAMARA, a Work of Art

SAMARA Dominant Color Scheme
Introduction

Mr. Osborn's contribution to Frank Lloyd Wright's Colors and Their Use in Architecture stimulates our thinking about the way Mr. Wright allowed Nature to select the color schemes for his Usonian homes.

In his presentation, Ted examines the core of Frank Lloyd Wright's architecture, the way he allowed the sun to illuminate his designs, the delicate interplay of light and shadows, the true character of materials, choice of colors and their shades, color and light interactions, the use of accent pieces, and original and replacement colors.

Mr. Osborn's presentation of SAMARA Colors and Their Use is organized in the following way for your viewing pleasure.
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Ted OsbornJerry JohnsonWally RogersLila CohenJohn Christian
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