When savvy travellers trot into the lobby entrance of the newly-renovated Terminal 2 at the San Francisco International Airport next week, they'll be dazzled when they encounter two 24 x 24 x 16 foot sculptures dangling from the ceiling above.
"The unique pieces by artist Kendall Buster are reminiscent of clouds," one art-lover marvelled.
The eye-catching installation is part of a $388 million make-over which will be officially unveiled to the public on April 9th (2011).
The Director of the City's public art purchase program underscored that the exquisite creations are a welcome contribution in light of the fact San Francisco has always been a community rich and vibrant culturally.
The exhibit also includes a glass structure titled - Air Over Under - outside the Airport which acts as a terminal facade.
5 sculptures are intended for the site in all.
American Airlines and Virgin America will set up shop in soothing environs sure to please both the locals and tourists alike.
Art aficionados may arrange for a tour of the sculptures commencing the 9th of April.
Dazzling environs of San Francisco Terminal