23 APRIL 2012

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Article from BTNews 23 APRIL 2012

Terminal 5 Olympic equine exhbition

Heathrow Terminal 5 is hosting a special exhibition of equine artwork created to celebrate the contribution horses will make at the forthcoming London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The presentation, called ‘Faster, Higher, Stronger' the Olympic motto, runs until 17 May and is located before security in the Terminal 5 Expo Fine Art Gallery.  It features 12 paintings of horses by artist Faye Nasser-Joley.  Each painting has been named after one of the 12 mythological Gods of Olympus, the Greek birthplace of the Games.

Faye, who began painting aged three, has won numerous awards for her work.  Regarded as one of England's most talented emerging artists, her work is sought after by collectors in the United States, Europe, the Middle East and Australia.  During the exhibition she will spend time in the Gallery working on her paintings.  Passengers travelling through the airport are invited to view the exhibition and have a chat with Faye about her career.

As the official Host Airport, Heathrow is expecting to facilitate the travels of around 80% of the several hundred thousand spectators due to attend the Games including more than 100,000 athletes, sponsors and VIPs. www.baa.com

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