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KUSA - You might not think of art when you think of Denver International Airport, but level 5 of Jeppesen Terminal is home to a temporary art gallery.

The exhibition titled A Light Journey features works from local artist Dorothy Tanner and her late husband Mel of the Denver-based Lumonics Light & Sound Gallery.

The exhibit includes free standing, pedestal and wall mounted light sculptures. Most of them are powered with LED lighting elements.

Dorothy, who is 91, is thrilled people can stop in and chill out before taking a flight.

"Particularly in this type of environment to have a sanctuary is a good thing, and is gratifying when I see it happening," she said.

The gallery opened in February and runs through May. It is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For more information about her work click here:http://www.lumonics.net/

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