St. Louis artist Jeremy Rabus takes a construction mentality to his art- he grinds and excavates to reach new levels of colorful hues and rich tones in his acrylic paintings. St. Louis Lambert International Airport is proud to share Rabus’ “Livery,” a collection of paintings inspired by the livery and components of commercial airliners.
“My paintings are composed using an intuitive process of layering and excavating. I arrange vivid hues alongside subtle tones, or rich and opaque passages with translucent glazes. These elements overlap, intertwine, and accentuate each other,” said Jeremy Rabus.
Livery is now on display through April 21, 2018 near the A Concourse entrance in Terminal 1 as part of the Lambert Art & Culture Program’s temporary exhibitions program. The program is supported by the Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis. The exhibition is comprised of four works, “Sesqui-Wing,” “Loran Navigation,” “Elevon,” and “Decalage,” – all acrylics on shaped panels.