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In the Miami International Airport there is a mural full of color! It is indeed a sweet treat.
Jen Stark was born in Miami, her artwork is made with and by colours found in nature and reproduce infinity. Her most known work is paper scultures, but she already worked with a lot of materials: wood, metal, paint, plexy and animation.
Her work was already shown in NYC, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, Thailand and Canada and her work is in the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the West Collection, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, the Museum of Art Fort Laurderdale and MOCA Miami among others.
She is from Miami but on the time being she lives and works in Los Angeles.
Anyway in Miami her work is present in a much popular and everyday place. Walking through Miami International Airport you will see Starks sweet treat to the travelers. She added a litte color to the airport with her explosively colorful style.
It is a permanent installation that is between Terminal D and E, on the third floor of the airport near to the moving walkways.
Some photos of the process were shared and they were taken by Peter Vahan. The mural was possible with the help of some close friends of the artist and the team work was shared by Stark on the social network, twitter: “Got my friendship army helping paint this airport mural”.
Miami Airport has other art installation such as Christopher Janney’s Harmonic Convergence, the equally beautiful rainbow walkway.
Stark’s kaleidoscopic sculptures are made of geometric layers of colored paper that spiral inward to form a hypnotic, rainbow-hued abyss. Endlessly mesmerizing, the three-dimensional works burst with such vibrance and texture that viewing them makes for an incredibly psychedelic experience.
It is a sweat treat and a pinch of color the grey and monochromatic airport. What do you think? Talk with us on the comments below!