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March 14, 2019

CHAC Gallery has found a home at a new location on Santa Fe Drive in Denver.  The address is 222 Santa Fe Dr. Denver, C0  80223.  Stevon Lucero continues to have a Gallery space there where you may find original paintings, prints and his book.  There new art openings e...

February 24, 2019

We are proud to introduce a new book of Lyric Meditations and Art by Stevon Lucero.  The book is printed with glossy paper for the best production.  It contains 24 Poems and 31 beautiful color pictures of his art.  The book sells for $20.00.  It can be purchased from C...

Brown Genius hosts master artist Stevon Lucero for a conversation about God, Art, Time, Dreams, and Life’s Purpose. Stevon Lucero has been painting for over 50 years. He is a Chicano Meta-Realist who is recognized internationally for his contributions to Surrealism, In...

October 1, 2016

The Smithsonian visited Colorado recently looking for the prominent Latino artists of the community. They visited the Museo de las Americas where they recommended Stevon Lucero and his wife Arlette’s artwork. “This all came about totally out of the blue,” states Lucero...

On August 22, 2004 I went to visit my good friend Al Sanchez.  On my way home my car stalled at a stop light at Mississippi and Santa Fe Dr.  I tried to push the car out of the intersection onto the parking lot of a restaurant on the corner.  It was too much for me but...

Three or four nights ago I had an interesting dream.  I had a time travel dream.  I was from the future and was sent back to Nazi Germany to assassinate Adolf Hitler.  Time travel was not a physical event but a psychic one.  The mind of an individual was not sent back...

On July 21, 1969 a group of friends and I went up to Ninth Street Hill in Laramie to “cavort”. Cavorting was Chuck's idea which was another word for getting stoned and party. After we got there we smoked some pot and some of us were tripping on acid. We put out some sp...

In northern New Mexico there is a small town called Chimayo with a small old church called the Santuario. As I understand it this little church was built by the first Spanish settlers in the 16th century. It's one of the oldest churches on the North American continent....

In the summer of 1982, the Denver Art Museum put out a cartoon like sculpture by the artist Red Grooms.  It was a rather large piece depicting a covered wagon with a protruding cowboy arm shooting a revolver with bullets shooting out suspended in the air.  Opposite the...

I have waited a long time to tell this story.  It began over thirty years ago and after all this time I wonder if all this really happened?  Have I forgotten more than I remember?  Let's see what I remember. 

 

 

It was November 1969 when we arrived in Chic...

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