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Article from BTNews 13 SEPTEMBER 2010

Artwork at Luton

LUTON AIRPORT may not be the prettiest in the country when it comes to visibility but it is making efforts in an artistic sense.  Situated in the arrivals area to gain maximum visibility the Gateway Gallery shows works from local artists and is part of the airport’s Community Engagement Strategy.  David Lowther, who trained at the world famous Goldsmiths College of Art and taught art in Bedfordshire for 25 years is the subject of an exhibition which will run until the end of September.  The set of paintings is a combination of work freely based on Seamus Heaney's poem "Storm on the Island." www.london-luton.com

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