01.09.2019 | Livery | Free
January 9 @ 12:00 am - 11:30 pm|Recurring Event (See all)An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until April 23, 2019
Categories: Visual Arts
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St. Louis artist Jeremy Rabus takes a construction mentality to his art- he grinds and excavates to reach new levels of colorful hues and rich tones in his acrylic paintings. St. Louis Lambert International Airport is proud to share Rabusâ€™ â€œLivery,â€ a collection of paintings inspired by the livery and components of commercial airliners.
â€œMy paintings are composed using an intuitive process of layering and excavating. I arrange vivid hues alongside subtle tones, or rich and opaque passages with translucent glazes. These elements overlap, intertwine, and accentuate each other,â€ said Jeremy Rabus.
Livery is now on display through April 21, 2018 near the A Concourse entrance in Terminal 1 as part of the Lambert Art & Culture Programâ€™s temporary exhibitions program. The program is supported by the Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis. The exhibition is comprised of four works, â€œSesqui-Wing,â€ â€œLoran Navigation,â€ â€œElevon,â€ and â€œDecalage,â€ â€“ all acrylics on shaped panels.
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