The Lee Wagener Art Gallery is located in Terminal 2 of the Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport. Terminal 2 is in the Departure Level, which is a pre-security, high-traffic public area.
Lee Wagener Gallery offers Broward County artists an excellent opportunity to exhibit their work. Artists are selected through the Public Art and Design Program and exhibits are changed every three months. The far end of the gallery has been reserved for the exhibition of video artworks from Broward County’s permanent art collection.
For more information, contact Christina Roldan, Public Art and Design
project manager at 954-357-8542 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Map to Airport
|Current Exhibition - October 3 - January 6, 2014|
Artist Andrea Huffman
Inspired by the beauty and intrigue of the Florida environment, Andrea Huffman creates works of art on fabric, and invites viewers to connect to and experience its unique beauty through her work. “I am intrigued with the small nuances in nature," she says. "The interdependence within every aspect of the natural world and its relationship to humanity. I create works of art to communicate my personal experiences and observations of the natural world."
Andrea Huffman has been an art educator for 31 years in Broward County, she has a master’s degree in art education from Florida International University. In 2011, she retired from teaching in order to pursue her work as a full-time fiber artist.
She has exhibited throughout Florida in juried, group and invitational shows, including two solo shows in Broward County, receiving several awards for her work.
In 2011, she was one of two art educators selected in for the first Florida State Teachers Artist in Residence (STAR) program at the Hermitage Artist Retreat in Sarasota. In 2012, Huffman received a Broward County Creative Investment Grant and co-curated the exhibit Fresh Design: Fiber Art in the New Millennium at Florida Atlantic University. She continues to share her passion for art through new teaching opportunities, including Art in the Workplace classes offered through Business for the Arts of Broward; and she is currently a member of Studio Art Quilters Associates (SAQA). For more information on Andrea Huffman, please visit,
The Lee Wagener Art Gallery, supported by Broward Cultural Division’s Public Art & Design Program and the Broward County Aviation Department, offers Broward artists an opportunity to exhibit their work in a prominent, high traffic area. Artists are selected through the Public Art & Design Program. Exhibits are changed every three months.
Christina Roldan, Public Art & Design project manager at 954-357-8542.
For more information, contact
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