The Stadium Artist Series seeks to amplify local artists across the Denver Region by providing a canvas within Empower Field at Mile High to Showcase their work. Leaning into Colorado, Denver, and Broncos football, the artists showcase their unique styles and storytelling through murals, canvas paintings and fine art. Get to know the artists below, view their work and learn more about their recent projects.
Armando Silva is a mixed media painter, muralist and illustrator based in Colorado. He uses his artistic abilities to tell powerful stories, build community, and inspire spectators through art. As a recipient of The Governor's Creative Leadership award from Colorado Creative Industries, Armando has been celebrated for his collaborations with cities, non-profits, businesses, and educators across the state and beyond.
Charlo is a Denver based multimedia artist and designer who strives for one thing: joy. Using symbols, letters and lines, his monochromatic two-dimensional works are a space for exploration and discovery. Hidden themes and messages reside in the densely packed compositions, allowing viewers to impart their own sense of meaning from the works, or be delighted by the meanings provided by the artist.
Danielle SeeWalker is Húŋkpapȟa Lakȟóta and a citizen of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in North Dakota. She is an artist, writer, activist, and boymom of two, based in Denver, Colorado. Her visual artwork often incorporates the use of mixed media and experimentation while incorporating traditional Native American materials, scenes, and messaging.
Thomas Evans, a.k.a. Detour, is an all-around creative specializing in large scale public art, interactive visuals, portraiture, immersive spaces, and creative directing. His focus is to create work where art and innovation meet. A born collaborator and “military brat,” Detour pulls from every conceivable experience that shapes his landscapes and perspectives. Explaining Detour’s work is no easy task, as ongoing experimentations in visual art, music, and interactive technologies have his practice continually expanding.
Jaime Molina + Pedro Barrios
Barrios, who hails from Venezuela and Miami, brings bright, coastal colors and geometric patterns to the pair’s art, while Molina focuses on the characters (his New Mexico roots also come through in his folksy style). Their works are bold and unexpected, transforming brick walls and drab offices into striking canvases.
Lindz and Lamb
Art possesses the extraordinary power to unite people, transcending boundaries and creating connections that extend far beyond the canvas. Lindsey and Jonathan Lamb, known as Lindz and Lamb, a dynamic duo of artistic collaborators and life partners, embark on exhilarating journeys of creation, constantly venturing into uncharted territories where they stumble upon delightful surprises, paving the way for their remarkable artistic evolution.
Moe Gram is a multidisciplinary artist living and working in Denver, and works on a diverse array of mediums that include painting, mural, collage, and installation. From works on canvas to installations and murals, Moe Gram’s work is distinctive, engaging, and thoughtful. Through her signature color palette, messaging, and use of juxtaposition, Gram’s work encourages the viewer to absorb and reflect - for the betterment of oneself and collectively for us all.
A pro snowboarder turned muralist, Pat Milbery is one of Colorado’s most celebrated and iconic visual artists. Hailing from the midwest, Pat has a heart for bringing together communities through art.
Much like his artwork, Pat exudes a colorful, abstract and imaginative optimism that is uniquely his own. The communities and humans that have the pleasure to engage with Pat are more beautiful for having his imprint upon them – forever touched by his spirit and his relentless passion to make inspiring art accessible for all.