GAP VISUALS

A GAP COLLECTIVE DIVISION

WHO ARE THEY

The Gap Visuals is a collaboration between five muralists in their perspective of the Great Commission. For the past 5 years, two of the muralists have painted countless murals, dozens of commissions, and partnered with several organizations in hopes to achieve their goal of sharing love. Now that they are under the The Collective, three other muralists have joined. For older work, click below.

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SO LOVED MURAL PROJECT

We partnered with Abundant Living Faith Center for The Gap Collective’s next mural project, So Loved. As we have come together to brainstorm on how we can improve the community, we fell in love with the idea of blessing the community of El Paso with a mural reinforcing the love that God has for them.

 

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TRANSFIGURATION MURAL PROJECT

Transfiguration means to completely change someone’s or something’s form. This mural was inspired by Ezekiel 36:26: “And I will give you a new heart, and I will put a new spirit in you. I will take out your stony, stubborn heart and give you a tender, responsive heart.” It represents to be able to humble oneself to Christ in complete dependence and ask for help, acknowledging that change needs to happen is at the core of our relationship with Jesus. The heart in this mural symbolizes a man or woman’s soul or their mind will and emotions. The Bible tells us to be transformed by the renewing of our mind. Simply put, if you can change a man’s soul you can change his life, that is the job of the Holy Spirit to lead us into all truth.

 

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JESUS LIVES HERE MURAL

Stop by El Paso’s Rescue Mission property to check out Jeremiah and James’s recently completed mural in partnership with Rescue Mission.

 

This mural began after the Rescue Mission’s Marketing Director heard about the Collective and what we are about and believed that a partnership between us would be perfect.

After our executive director and their executive director met, the Rescue Mission of El Paso decided to move forward with the project and after they raised the funds for the project, Jeremiah and James hit the ground running!

Next time your near Cotton street, stop by and take a picture. Feel free to tag us, Jeremiah, James, and Rescue Mission; you can also hashtag #JesusLivesHere.

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