The Larkin Gallery has been advantageous and fortunate enough to continue to bring in new items of historical magnitude. Within the gallery, displays are continuously expanded and rotated through. Additionally the footprint of the gallery continues to leak out into building corridors and grounds.
The latest gems to be placed on display take on the popular the Frank Lloyd Wright element. One image displays a rarely seen ground level photo of the Larkin Administration Building. An aftermarket color re-touch was performed to give us the true feel of the almost daunting presence the building had at the time.
To the east of the photo is a simple sketch of the same Frank Lloyd Wright designed building that once stood directly across Seneca Street from the Larkin Center. The sketch does not hold the same presence as the photo, but it elaborates on the intricate details involved in the buildings design.
The final framed photograph was captured by Pedro Guerrero as Frank Lloyd Wright himself absorbs a collection of Guerrero photographs of the Larkin Administration Building. Guerrero was Wright's official photographer.