Nob Hill Neighborhood Murals

Nob Hill Neighborhood Murals
by Chris Lucas

The Nob Hill Neighborhoods provide wonderful spaces for murals. MuralFest is a local group that organizes (almost) yearly festivals over several weeks, as participants create their masterpieces. The website Los Muros de Burque puts it all together in the city—I count at least 12 murals in Nob Hill from their list, however, walk & you’ll find many more. Some Nob Hill murals below…
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Public Sculpture at American Square: Dragons & Snakes...

Public Sculpture at American Square: Dragons & Snakes...
by Chris Lucas

Public/private art can be found everywhere across the MetroABQ...you have to know where to look, here tooRead More


Angel Fire's Fabulous Expressionist Memorial

Angel Fire's Fabulous Expressionist Memorial
by Chris Lucas

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Architecture As Art: The Angel Fire Veterans Memorial

Architecture As Art: The Angel Fire Veterans Memorial
by Chris Lucas

Beyond the MetroABQ: Angel Fire's Architectural Art Memorial Read More


MetroABQ People Circa 1969: Let The Sunshine In at The ABQ Museum

MetroABQ People Circa 1969: Let The Sunshine In at The ABQ Museum
by Chris Lucas

Although not currently open, the ABQ Museum is still featuring Let The Sunshine In online, a peek into the time period & life of a diverse Burqueños from 1969-1971. There are 1500+ images in the archive that depict Albuquerque from people crossing streets, to interesting residential & large-scale commercial architecture, to aerial views of the city & hundreds of other objects along the way. Read More


Meditative Membreño: Columbia St Murals Continued

Meditative Membreño: Columbia St Murals Continued
by Chris Lucas

Artist Courtney Angermeier's Spring Works
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