Posted on:January 1, 2015
Three of Tegan M Brozyna's sculptural paintings will be on display at the Philadelphia International Airport as part of their Art at the Airport program. Running now through June 2015, airport visitors will be able to view "Tectonics," "Delineated," and "Fault Lines" in the walkway between Terminals C and D.
Tegan M. Brozyna is a Brookklyn-based painter and mixed media artist whose creativity is inspired by themes that relate to the earth, geography, and sense of place. Using paper maps that she cuts, paints, overlaps, sews, and folds, Brozyna makes imagined landscapes and terrains out of hundreds of small circular and fan-like forms. Each is uniquely crafted and when arranged en masse alludes to a larger whole, a larger landscape - as Brozyna describes it - “that is intertwined and interdependent.”
For more information on the exhibition please visit: http://www.phl.org/arts/current/Pages/TBrozyna.aspx
About Art at the Airport:
In 1998, Philadelphia International Airport established an Exhibitions Program — a visual arts initiative to humanize the Airport environment, provide visibility for Philadelphia’s unique cultural life, and to enrich the experience of the traveling public. http://www.phl.org/arts/Pages/AboutArtattheAirport.aspx