Usonian Dreams

Art by John Robert Beck

This abstract art was created in 2006. “Usonian” was a word the Frank Lloyd Wright used for a type of his homes. Wright developed a series of homes he called Usonian. Designed to control costs, Wright’s Usonian houses had no attics, no basements, and little ornamentation. Some have said that the word Usonian is an abbreviation for United States of North America. This meaning explains Wright’s aspiration to create a democratic, distinctly national style that was affordable for the “common people” of the United States.

There are three versions of this art, rectangular or square for fine art and a third additional size which is rectangular, but only sold as an ACEO card format (2.5″ x 3.5″) on eBay.

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Rectangular Version

This video recreates the "Making Of" the art.

Square Version

This video recreates the "Making Of" the art.

A.C.E.O. Version

This video recreates the "Making Of" the art.