Nancy Jurs "Triad" was replaced by Frontier Telephone's "Business Center".
Rochester Telephone's Business Center replaced Nancy Jurs' "Triad".
Ruth Manning's tapestry "Bus Stop By The Dixie Wig" was removed from the Terminal and now hangs in a private office.
Bill Stewart's "The Council", funded by donations from the community, remains at the airport
Richard Margolis' "Rochester Landmarks" prints were replaced by a Wegman's mural advertising vegetables.
"Rochester Landmarks" prints that had been in storage at the airport for several years are now installed at the Train Station.
Wendell Castle's "Lunar Eclipse" was removed and has been in storage for years.
Peter McGrain's "The Monument" is now one of a pair of original seven projects that remain at the airport.
"Airborne Stabile", one of three public art projects that remains, is in the center stairwell of the parking garage.