We don’t often talk about the Arts in the Airport program in these pages, as it seems unlikely that any but the most art-starved would make a special trip to see an airport exhibition without a ticket and a destination in mind. That said, traveling season is upon us, and it’s worth noting that there is work worth seeing en route to Grandma’s house. The current Flying Solo roster includes work by Andy Harding, Carla Ciuffo, Daniel Lai, Scott Hodes, Herb Williams, Barry A. Noland, Nashville Association of Art Dealers and John Guider. In addition to Guider’s riverscape snapshots from his The River Inside series, there are a few highlights to keep an eye out for. Andy Harding’s installation in the ticketing lobby is hard to miss, and those familiar with the artist’s recent work at Twist Gallery and The Bank Gallery will recognize his style immediately. “The finished pieces call to mind scientific diagrams, natural forms and even abstracted figures in their wriggling, writhing shapes,” explains Harding. “In essence, this work is a reflection or a meditation on both the interrelatedness and the unique singularity of all things.” Did I mention Harding spent his undergrad years studying chemistry and physics? Also, get a sneak peek at Herb Williams’ December show at Rymer Gallery — look for the giant tree made out of crayons in the art case in Concourse C.