Rapid City Regional Airport has installed the final pieces of artwork as part of its new look.
Eight new paintings by Newcastle native Lynn Thorpe were placed Thursday in the airport terminal.
They're part of a $20.5 million dollar renovation project.
The paintings depict the beauty of the badlands at various times of the day.
Thorpe's artwork joins sculptures, murals and mosaics by other Black Hills artists that aims to improve the aesthetics for travelers using the airport.
She says the use of local artists for the airport improvements serves more than one purpose, "I'm very happy and thankful that the airport commissioned work from regional artists. It's a boon to our regional artists and when your regional artists make money it goes back into the local economy and so it's good for everybody."
Other improvements to the airport include the widening of the passenger screening area, updates to the terminal and expansions to the restaurant and car rental areas.