When artist Robert Gullie went to the second floor of Albany International Airport to check out his exhibit in the new Annex Gallery, he was a little surprised to see people sitting at tables munching doughnuts and sipping coffee. Twelve of his vibrantly colored collage artworks, fantasy scenes inhabited by quirky characters created from paper cutouts, hang on the walls, and they are hard to miss.
Chastity Lewis of Birmingham, Ala., and Richard Harby of Albany drink coffee and talk while waiting for a flight at the Annex Gallery on the second floor of Albany International Airport, where the photo collages of Robert Gullie are on exhibit.
“Aqua at Peace,” a female figure with a sad expression
“Eye-Pod” is one of 14 of Gullie’s works at the airport.
“Jackson’s World” is an image of a collage that is assembled and photographed by Gullie.
A patron sips his coffee in the second floor Annex Gallery. He is surrounded by the collages of Robert Gullie.