Art at the Airport’s Winter exhibit, Eclipse, on display through December 29th at Groton-New London Airport

The Cultural Coalition is pleased to announce the Art at the Airport program’s winter exhibit, Eclipse, presented by artist Adam Campos, is currently on display at the Groton-New London Airport.
The free exhibit is on view until December 29 at the airport’s main terminal located at 155 Tower Avenue in Groton.

Adam Campos is a New London based artist whose work encompasses abstract and surrealist photography, landscape and space scenery acrylic paintings, and Celestial Hands Healing Arts. He feels that visual art has healing properties when created and/or experienced.

“Unifying my creation media and healing arts practice is ethereal and celestial imagery and energy,” Campos states.

Eclipse, Campos says, is inspired by our Sun and Moon appearing as nearly congruent discs in the sky revealing a masterpiece upon their union. The 2017 total eclipse also facilitated a reunion with Campos’ best friend in Tennessee, whom he later married during the height of the pandemic in October 2020 under the October 31st Blue Moon.

“Naturally, eclipses and cosmic phenomena have and will always hold a special place in my heart and have an influence on my work.”

Cultural Coalition Outreach and Impact Coordinator, Kia A Baird notes, “We are thrilled to keep this program going! Having local artists showcase in the airport continues our work of bringing art and culture to the community and helps our local artists to create and feel valued locally.”

Groton – New London Airport’s terminal is open daily from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. for public viewing of the exhibit. Parking is easily accessible and free. Eclipse will be on display throughout the months of November and December.

For more information about the Art at the Airport program, visit