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‘Into The Fog’ Exhibit A Clear Hit For ATL

There is a new art exhibit at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International (ATL), aimed at capturing the warmth, beauty and mystery of Mother Nature. “Into the Fog,” is a collection of images shot by regional artist Kevin Nickell.

 “Fog is more than a cloud that travels low along the ground. It can shield our visibility and create a sense of remoteness in extreme situations,” says Airport Art Program Manager Katherine Marbury. “Kevin Nickell’s black and white images capture nature’s colorful beauty even in the midst of dreary fog.”  

Nickell tells his story through a camera lens and says he knows he has found “the one” when he can’t walk away from it.

 “The artwork plays into our innate human senses,” Marbury says. “It’s often said that when one sense becomes limited, another sense is heightened. In these pieces, even as fog tends to blur our vision, the observer is still able to place himself or herself within the photo and imagine the smell, touch and sounds of the environment.”      

“Into the Fog” will be displayed in the Atrium Gallery through March 3.