Northglenn Arts is proud to partner with Chicano Humanities & Arts Council (CHAC) on Northglenn’s first ever indoor public art exhibit. CHAC is an inclusive community of all creatives that are dedicated to preserving, showcasing, educating, and reflecting the essence of Chicana/o/x, Latina/o/x and other multicultural/multiracial communities. Northglenn Arts works to provide access to the arts for all people and have chosen to collaborate with CHAC due to its dedication to inclusivity and powerful storytelling. 

Enter the Northglenn Recreation Center south entrance through the Parson Theatre’s doors.  The Community Room Gallery Wall is located in the hallway to the left of the box office desk on the west side of the building. It is free to visit.

 

Stevon Lucero Exhibit

January 7 – March 30 | Community Room Gallery Wall 

Stevon Lucero painted for over five decades. Since childhood, he experienced lucid dreams and visions and ventured more than once into separate realities. Through these revelations and studies of metaphysical, philosophical, and historical media, he was guided to create two unique art forms: Metarealism and Neo-Precolumbian or Aztec art. Stevon was on a spiritual journey. More than a visual artist he was in truth, a philosopher artist. Each painting reflects a metaphor of his own internal dialogue between himself and God. Each piece tells a story in which the ultimate intent and value lies in the future when people will have a greater understanding and appreciation for true spiritual art.

Stevon began his next spiritual journey late last year. We honor him with this exhibit.

Information about the artist can be found at StevonLucero.com.

For purchase inquires, contact Brenda at 720.662.4822.