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Art in Flight
The Lee County Port Authority takes great pride in showcasing Southwest Florida artists and their work for the traveling public. Art in Flight is a partnership between the Lee County Alliance for the Arts and Lee County Port Authority, which brings art to the public spaces at Southwest Florida International Airport.
Location: Upper level, East Atrium, near Door 2
A magnificent work of contemporary sculpture titled, Dawn's Forest, created by American artist, Louise Nevelson (1899-1988). Dawn's Forest is Nevelson's largest, most complex environmental sculpture and her last major work. Created in the artist's signature assemblage style, the monumental sculpture is made of various white-painted abstract wood elements. The tree-like standing columns, as tall as 25 feet, and vertical hanging pieces all underscore the forest-like atmosphere of the pieces. The art is on loan to the Lee County Port Authority by the Naples Museum of Art.
Location: Concourse B and Concourse D
To honor the men and women of the armed forces, local artists were invited to create original artwork for the Honor, Country & Heroism exhibit. This collection includes 32 canvases submitted by 34 artists, including six military veterans. These pieces feature a vibrant color palette, paying tribute to our country’s heroes and welcoming our troops as they return home to Southwest Florida.
Liston Bochette, Al Oerter and Larry Young
Location: Upper level, West Atrium, near Door 5
Art of the Olympians shares the ideals of excellence in mind, body and spirit through the fusion of art and sports. Through historic, artistic and educational exhibits, Art of the Olympians connects individuals to the passion, discipline and innovation of the Olympic world to encourage others to excel at their dreams. This exhibit features the drawing titled, Le Petite Couronne by Olympian Liston Bochette, a bobsled and decathlon Olympic athlete competing in 1984 (decathlon) and 1992, 1994, 1998, 2002 (bobsled); the painting titled, Starburst by Olympian artist Al Oerter, a four-time gold medalist in the discus throw, competing in the 1956, 1960, 1964 and 1968 Olympics; and the sculpture Tango by Olympian Larry Young, a two-time bronze medalist in 1968 and 1972 and the only American to ever win an Olympic medal in long-distance race walking. Young's sculpture is a replica of his original piece, which is on permanent display at the Walden Sculpture Gardens in Urbana, Ill.
Location: Throughout terminal
Alan Maltz has been designated the "Official Fine Art Photographer for the State of Florida" by VISIT FLORIDA and "The Official Wildlife Photographer of Florida" by the Wildlife Foundation of Florida. His images capture the history and charm of old Fort Myers and the hidden treasures of the barrier islands, as well as regional destinations including Bonita Springs, Boca Grande and Cayo Costa. Sixty limited-edition large format (72 inch by 52 inch) prints are on rotating display throughout Southwest Florida International Airport.