of the 2000 AAAE Convention in Baltimore may recall being greeted by Pacia’s
oils as they entered the exhibit hall. Since that time, she has had discussions
with several airports.
"My goal is to do large installations for airports, something that when passengers walk through they will be overwhelmed.
"People don’t have the excitement of going through an airport like they once did. My work represents why people fly; they want to feel the experience of the sky."
For information, contact Pacia after 5:30p.m. at (414) 384-4707 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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