The Rahr-West Art Museum continues its summer of architecture with a new exhibition, Paul Rocheleau – Constructed Beauty. Mr. Rocheleau is an internationally celebrated photographer from Richmond, Massachusetts, specializing in architectural photography. Notably, his photography features prominently in the museum’s Frank Lloyd Wright: Architecture of the Interior exhibition. Constructed Beauty is an accompanying exhibition of 21 architectural photographs which detail the some of America’s greatest architecture prior to Frank Lloyd Wright, culminating in Wright’s very first commission – the Winslow House. This unique look at Wright’s influences from primitive buildings to the work of Louis Sullivan and Daniel Burnham encompasses some of the continent’s most famous buildings. Paul Rocheleau – Constructed Beauty is on view in the Rahr-West Art Museum’s Lounge Gallery from June 30 through August 18. A special opening reception with the artist Paul Rocheleau will be held Sunday, June 30 at 1pm.