SPRING GREEN (WKOW) -- The Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center located in Spring Green is featuring a photographer who had a 20-year association with the architect.
Pedro Guerrero is known for his images of Wright and his work, but he also photographed the lives and works of Alexander Calder and Louise Nevelson, both of them sculptors.
The exhibit features 26 photos including images of Taliesin, 1940s scenes in New York city, and portraits of Wright, Calder, and Nevelson.
Guerrero attended the Art Center School in Los Angeles and got his first photography job after he visited Wright's home near Scottsdale, Arizona in 1939. Guerrero died last year. He was 95 years old.
The visitor center is where all Taliesin tours begin and end. The exhibit will run through October 31st.