Orewiler has his 1st solo exhibition of the year at the Columbus International Airport
Orewiler is currently exhibiting his 1st solo exhibition of the year till the end of Feb.2011 at the Columbus International Airport, Columbus, Ohio. (Above image: Runway #1 43″x31″ oil on canvas)
Paintings by Ryan Orewiler On Display at New Port Columbus Art Exhibit. Paintings by Columbus artist Ryan Orewiler are now on display in the Port Columbus Gateway to The Arts, an exhibit space located on the ticketing level in the hallway behind MoJoe Lounge.
Port Columbus Gateway to The Arts is a collaboration between the Columbus Regional Airport Authority and the Ohio Art League, which is a non-profit visual arts organization that coordinates the rotating exhibits on a quarterly basis.
Among the artwork on display are two painted aerials of Port Columbus International Airport.
“I’ve always enjoyed the non-traditional, aerial perspective of the runways and terminals from the airports I have visited throughout the world,” said Orewiler. “I also enjoy the feeling from the initial lift off of leaving a city and touching down to visit or revisit a destination. Two of my grandfathers were in the U.S. Air Force and inspired me to learn more about flight in general. I plan to one day get my pilot’s license.”
Related links about Orewiler’s show and work.
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“I really enjoy pointing people to the art work that pops up at airports……what new exhibits they have.” Harriet Baskas
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- February 7, 2011 / 2:29 am