We are super excited to work with Jaime Molina (and Pedro Barrios) for an upcoming project! Check out the Westword's coverage of one of Jaime's recent projects for his alma mater, Metro State's Center for Visual Art's 25th anniversary show!
Metropolitan State University of Denver's off-campus Center for the Visual Arts is turning 25, and celebrating with an art-centric street fair on Friday, July 17, where you'll find work by talented Metro State students, food, musical performances and on-site gaming — and also catch the unveiling of a brand-new mural by Metro State alum Jaime Molina.
Molina, a Denver native, is an acclaimed studio and street artist who's one of many success stories to emerge from Metro. His folksy, whimsical and intricate paintings have been featured in countless gallery shows both here and across the country; his murals grace walls around town. You can see one recent piece — a collaboration with Pedro Barrios, artist and co-owner of SvperOrdinary — on the new Rebel Restaurant in RiNo; another signature work, "Slow Ride," painted on nearby Walnut Liquor, made our best murals of the season list.