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An Eye On Intentional Creativity:: Ilona Lantos

I responded to a call for Hungarian Artists and submitted 5 of my Color of Woman 2017 paintings (Legend, Artist, Alchemist, Visionary and Black Madonna) to participate in an art exhibit at the Baltimore Washington International Marshall Airport. I felt very excited about this opportunity. The exhibit is organized the BWI Marshall Static Arts Program and the Arts Council of Anne the Arundel.

People can immerse themselves in art while waiting before their flight departure.

Many American airports display artwork, but the level of BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport commitment to making their customers travel experience more memorable  and less stressful through its art displays is unparalleled.

The BWI airport features local, regional, and even international art year round in its art galleries located throughout  the facility .


On May 9 a very festive artist reception was held at the airport and remarks were delivered  by Maryland First Lady Yumi Hogan, Adjunct Faculty, Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), and Ricky Smith, the Executive director  of the BWI airport.  Other dignitaries from the Hungarian Embassy and Kossuth Foundation also attended.

It was very lovely to meet other Hungarian artists living in the area and to share the healing energy of my sacred paintings with potentially millions of weary passengers.

The show is hanging in the International Art Gallery (Concourse D/E Delta Departures) April 23-July 23.

2 observations on “An Eye On Intentional Creativity:: Ilona Lantos
  1. Deanna Gibson

    What a wonderful opportunity Ilona. Congratulations your paintings are beautiful!
    (I too have Hungarian heritage, and was interested to read of this initiative to call for Hungarian artists in your area).

     
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