(More) fresh airport art – at DCA & IAD

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Arts Program has rolled out two new exhibits – one at at Ronald Reagan Washington National and another at Washington Dulles International Airport. Both will be on display until May 30.

American Hollyhock

American Hollyhock,” by artist Beata Murawska is one of the works on display at Reagan National Airport.

At Reagan National Airport “Color of Joy: An International Perspective” showcases art from around the world, including collages, abstract, mixed-media and other artistic expressions. Look for the exhibit in the airport’s Gallery Walk art corridor, near the underground walkway connecting Terminal A with the parking garages.

Fall near Sycamore Island

“Down By the River” is at Washington Dulles International Airport in the Gateway Gallery, located in the connecting walkway between the AeroTrain C-Gates and the C Concourse.

The exhibit includes photos of scenes along the Potomac River and were provided by the f11Women’s Photography Collective, which has more than 40 photos on display at the airport.

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