Behind the Scenes in Scottsdale

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Prairie Arts
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Behind the Scenes in Scottsdale

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Prairie Arts was invited to the First Annual Associate Site & Licensee Conference this week at Taliesin West. It was a fantastic opportunity to meet a variety of folks involved in the "Wright World". You can read all about our trip and view some nice photos of the different things we saw. There are a lot of "behind the scenes" images that the general public rarely gets to see. For example, the Norman Lykes House, the Harold Price House, etc.



Also, we were at the Copeland Furniture opening at Forsey's in Scottsdale. Simply put, the furniture looks and feels amazing! Wright fans will not be disappointed. Enjoy!



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Bryan Kelly

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Prairie Arts

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