Cedar Rock, originally known as the Lowell Walter Residence, was designed in 1950 by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. An exemplar of his Usonian style, it is located near Quasqueton IA, and has been designated as Cedar Rock State Park. For the past ten years, the Friends of Cedar Rock organization has held an annual seminar—called An Afternoon with Frank Lloyd Wright—in which speakers talk about Wright's life, beliefs and achievements.
To celebrate the tradition of that seminar, graphic design students in the Department of Art
at the University of Northern Iowa, were asked to design a series of
posters that focus on Wright and his accomplishments, not limited to
Cedar Rock. The poster above was designed by Joel Steger in a course in Digital Image Design (2014).
This year's gathering for An Afternoon with Frank Lloyd Wright
will be held at 1:00 to 4:00 pm on Saturday, October 18, 2014. It will
take place in the American Legion Hall on Water Street (Highway W-35) in
the town of Quasqueton. Admission is $10. more>>>
See also: Roy R. Behrens, FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT and Mason City: Architectural Heart of the Prairie (2016).