Sky Harbor Airport is set to unveil its new terminal this Saturday with a special art exhibition featuring the work of local artist Natalija Walbridge. The showcase will highlight Walbridge’s fabric collage pieces, inspired by the natural beauty of Park Point.

The event, open to the public from 1-3 pm, will introduce visitors to a collection that captures the essence of the diverse ecosystem found along Park Point. Tom Werner, Executive Director of the Duluth Airport Authority, expressed pride in hosting Walbridge’s stunning artwork at the airport’s new terminal.

Attendees can expect to be mesmerized by the intricate details and storytelling elements present in Walbridge’s fabric collage pieces. The artwork promises to transport viewers into a world of discovery and imagination, reflecting the artist’s deep connection to nature.

In addition to the art exhibition, guests will have the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments as they explore the new terminal and experience the unique narrative woven into each of Walbridge’s creations.

Don’t miss this exciting event at Sky Harbor Airport, located in the new terminal. Join us on Saturday, June 15th from 1-3 pm to celebrate Natalija Walbridge’s fabric collage art and immerse yourself in the beauty of Park Point’s ecosystem. No RSVP is required, so be sure to mark your calendar for this one-of-a-kind showcase.

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