Houston Airports

Flying this week? Look for this airport artwork

Cool Clay showcase at Denver International Airport

Artist: Dean Goss

We’re now not positive how we ignored the declaration of this cool showcase at Denver International Airport (DEN). But if you’re passing thru DEN this month, be sure to take a second to go to the Colorado Clay show off close to the A-Bridge checkpoint.

Visual Artists at Work at IAH & HOU Airports

Houston Airports owns one of the united states’s largest public art collections. Now it has an Artist-in-Residence (AIR) application.

During a 3-month-lengthy residency, visible artist and educator Jaymes Earl will work with textiles at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH). Visual Artist and educator Mathieu JN Baptiste will paint at William P. Hobby Airport (HOU).

Houston Airports will provide each artist with an easel, a workstation, and a month-to-month stipend to cowl their artwork substances. And the traveling public will get to look artists at paintings. Both artists can be running in outstanding spots inside the airport and, to maximise interaction with vacationers, they’ll be doing tons of their paintings in the evenings and in the course of weekends.

“As air travel returns to pre-pandemic degrees and with these artists in the airports for the duration of the holidays, our travelers will have an tremendous revel in to revel in artwork and subculture with out ever having to go away the airport,” stated Alton DuLaney, Curator of Public Art for Houston Airports.