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, inside Door 2
The airport is temporary home to Dúo Sinfónico, a 10-foot-tall iron sculpture that captures a moment in which a flutist and his beautiful tunes attract a chirping bird to sing in duo with him. This piece is part of a larger exhibit, Allure Your Senses, currently on display in downtown Fort Myers and is the first time Carmona has exhibited his art in North America. For more information, visit www.allureexhibit.com.
“Art in Flight” A 10-Year Anniversary (2005–2015)
Location: Concourse B and Concourse D
Flight - the act, skill or manner of flying, a journey made by a flying animal or object, rapid movement or progress, a soaring mental journey above or beyond the normal everyday world. To celebrate 10 years of sharing local art with the millions of passengers who travel through Southwest Florida International Airport, the Lee County Port Authority and the Lee County Alliance for the Arts bring you 34 paintings, in multiple mediums, which are exhibited in the hallways leading to Concourses B and D.
Alan S. Maltz
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.