Lonnie Broden Exhibit

MSP Airport Administration and Operations Office Hallway, Terminal 1-Lindbergh on the Mezzanine level above Concourse F

Lonnie Broden blends her oil paintings, photography and digital illustrations to create dynamic images of landmarks and landscapes that leave details for the viewer to explore and discover each layer and detail.

Broden was selected from among a dozen artists to exhibit her beautiful mixed media 2-D landscapes and landmarks for one year at the MSP Airport Administration and Operations Office in Terminal 1-Lindbergh.

A world traveler, Lonnie captures the impressions of what it’s like to visit private and popular places we remember and long to experience.

Using a combination of painting, photography and computer technology, Lonnie blends and reshapes space and time, creating a new visual essay of what she sees: everything from fishing ports in Norway to the Farmer’s Market in downtown Minneapolis.

A former director of exhibit design for the Science Museum of Minnesota, Lonnie also was the featured artist at the 2009 Uptown Art Fair in Minneapolis.

The MSP Airport Administration and Operations Office is the hub of all airport activity for the Metropolitan Airport Commission (MAC). The MAC operates one of the largest aviation systems in the nation, consisting of Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and six general and corporate aviation airports, referred to as reliever airports.

This colorful exhibit was on display May 2015 through July 2016.