World of Miniature Bears - RABBIT - 5" Mini Mohair Bunny - Sparse White
Lost Treasure - By John Robert Beck This art was created 2013. This home was designed by architect, Bruce Goff for the Bavinger family. It was first conceived in 1950 and completed in 1955. The reason for the title "Lost Treasure" is that this amazing piece of architecture was lost in 2011, probably do to storms that hit OK. ARTIST NOTE: I was lucky enough to visit the house a few years before it was destroyed. $3.00
Gene and Nancy Bavinger House: West Elevation | The Art Institute of Chicago
Gene and Nancy Bavinger House: Foundation Plan and Footing Sections | The Art Institute of Chicago
Architectural Drawing, Bavinger House (1950), Bruce Goff, #art #building
In a state with a great abundance of unique and diverse architectural treasures, the other-worldly Bavinger House in Norman is considered by many to be Oklahoma’s — and even the nation’s — finest example of organic Modernism.
Gene and Nancy Bavinger House: Interior View Showing Stair Down to... | The Art Institute of Chicago