Entries by Kim Weiss

Book Talks in the Time of Coronavirus: Frank Harmon Goes Virtual

On Thursday, May 21, from 5-6 p.m., Frank Harmon, FAIA, will discuss his book, Native Places: Drawing as a Way to See, and his intent to change the way we observe the world around us, via an interactive webinar sponsored by American Institute of Architect’s Washington, DC. chapter. Architects will receive LU credits by attending. […]

“And now for a few minutes with Frank Harmon…”

Beginning May 4th at 3 p.m., Frank Harmon, FAIA, will become a recurring guest on US Modernist Radio: Architecture You Love, the popular podcast hosted by George Smart and Frank King. Once a month, Smart will introduce the Raleigh architect/author with the tagline “And now for a few minutes with Frank Harmon.” Frank will then […]

WALTER: “Home Grown – Frank Harmon’s Garden”

  Frank Harmon watches his garden fill with plantings—and memories by Frank Harmon for WALTER magazine | illustration by  Judy Harmon Every spring a lawn care company tosses a flyer over my garden gate. They promise to make my lawn perfect by using herbicides and pesticides. But I think I’ll keep the lawn just as […]

The Branch Museum Hosts Lecture, Sketching Workshop with Frank Harmon

The ‘Native Places’ author will be in Richmond Nov. 21 – 23.   FRANK HARMON, FAIA (photo by f8 Photo Studios)  _______________ Frank Harmon wants to transform the way we see and enjoy the world around us. That’s why the multi-award-winning architect from Raleigh, NC, wrote Native Places: Drawing as a Way to See. That’s also […]

Book Review: “Profoundly relevant observations about life and place”

by Joel R. Dennstedt for Readers’ Favorite®, Oct. 26, 2019 Sketching is a fine art of suggestibility and essence, and it is not properly relegated only to the physical artist. In writing, sketching is done with quick vignettes, following the same imperatives: Suggesting briefly, catching the essence, engaging the imagination. In Native Places, a most […]