Art at the Airport: Return Trip
Leave your luggage at home and enjoy the art and insights of our second group of award-winning artists at Bush Intercontinental Airport. Tour highlights:
*Civic art discussion with CAROL LAUFER, director of civic art and design for the Cultural Arts Council of Houston/Harris County
*SHEILA KLEIN’S “Leopard Sky,” which was featured in the Special Addition August 2005 issue of Art in America
*The 62-foot-long “Air Drops” by Denver artist KATE PETLEY, whose work was featured in New American Paintings, Book #54, Fall 2004
*DIXIE FRIEND GAY’S 73-foot-long Byzantine mosaic mural, “Houston Bayou,” described as “the singularly most distinctive art element as well as most noticed in the entire art program for Bush Intercontinental Airport,” by Richard Vacar, director of the Houston Airport System
Note: Participants will be required to provide basic security information in advance and must have identification available at the airport.
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