Artwork + Flight at Seattle’s Museum of Flight

(Handpainted Mural by Joe Nix)

Seattle’s Museum of Flight is already well-known as the biggest nonprofit air & area museum.

Now the sprawling aviation museum is making a bid for being well-known for commissioning and exhibiting artwork.

The Museum of Flight’s Art+Flight mission, operating by January 7, 2024, consists of dozens of artworks in all mediums by over 30 artists.

Included are three newly commissioned murals and an set up drawn from the Museum’s personal artwork assortment.

Listed below are just some items included within the present.

Aura (under), by RYAN! Feddersen depicts the size of human-made area junk that orbits Earth.

Viewers are invited to try to spot 8 of the estimated 27,000-35,000 items of area junk at the moment being tracked. The listing features a digital camera, a glove, a pair of pliers, a spatula, a thermal blanket, a device bag, a toothbrush, and a wrench.

Jeffrey Veregge mixes Native American traditions with modern methods in his “Salish Geek” model. He has two items within the Juried Group Present: We Selected (Apollo Program), and Re-Entry (Area Shuttle Program).

These items, Valenci 4 and Thorania, are by glass sculptor Rik Allen.

And Jhun Carpio’s Artemis SLS Rocket is made with wood stirrers and toothpicks.

Along with the works on show, the Museum of Flight’s Artwork + Flight mission is internet hosting an artist-in-residence, and presenting arts packages, artist lectures, an interactive mural mission, and loads of different actions by January 7, 2024.

The Caught on the Airport arts groups is heading to the exhibit this weekend, so keep tuned for extra photos from the present.

*All photographs courtesy Museum of Flight

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