Photographers from Channel 2 and Channel 5 get up close and personal to video beautiful new artwork at the ent/exit of the T1 Metrolink platform.
Passengers who come in and out of the Metrolink platform in Terminal 1 have a splash of beauty to behold in two new public art murals. The murals were created by artist Amy Cheng. The remarkable pieces of art are located at the top of the escalator (pictured above) and alongside the Terminal 1 Metrolink escalator. Cheng calls the artworks, "Nucleic Life Formation," suggesting a universal connection between people and the universe. Metro Transit and Lambert Airport introduced the artwork to the world Friday, January 31 in a joint press conference. The media was on hand to capture the two new inspirational pieces. The commissioned artwork is part of Metro Transit’s commitment to upgrade its light rail stations.
Avoid parking fees the next time you pick up a passenger. Lambert provides free waiting zones for motorists near each terminal.