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This glass mural is one of 14 commissioned from British artist Martin Donlin for the concourses at Indianapolis International Airport. The piece highlights the freeing experience of flying by showing a mass of human figures rising up and into the air. It is located on Concourse B and requires a boarding pass in order to view it.
Inspirations for Donlin’s pieces were drawn from poems commissioned by local writers in Indianapolis; also inspirational were thoughts of welcome, home, warmth and
Date created: 2008
7800 Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Dr., IN
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