We would LOVE for you to visit our LOVE murals, take photos and videos with it and post on social media with the hashtag #LOVEVOLVE.
The blue represents trust and the white represents hope and peace. The letters falling into the foundation of trust and hope and peace… evolving into love. We need to evolve as a country through love, trust, hope and peace for us all.
The red represents passion for this movement, pink for birth (re-birth) for our culture and communities to thrive and the white for peace.
November 7, 2020 at 4105 Boonsboro Rd, Lynchburg, VA
Caritas' mission is “to help the most vulnerable to break the cycles of addiction and homelessness to reclaim their dignity.”
This mural is located in the initial hallway where one comes to check in to commit to a sober life. The hallway is designed to feel a relief and sense of calm. The tan brings us in as an earth color, grounding us back to who we are born to be. The White letters fill the hallway with hope, purity, and calm. The light lavender Love in the entrance and Evolve at the end of the mural signal enlightenment.
This mural serves as a calm welcome to living a clean and healthy life, to love yourself, and to encourage others to join you.
June 5, 2021
Bath Community Rehab & Wellness Center
The Bath County Art Association reached out to see if we were interested in a painting a LOVEVOLVE mural to spread the message across Virginia. We immediately said YES! This turned into an incredible weekend of community connections and LOVE for all. The wall that was chosen is on the Bath County Health and Wellness center which works closely with the Bath County Hospital. This connected so many parts of the community through art. Darryl, Tom, and I enjoyed meeting everyone and have new friends for life in this beautiful part of Virginia. We are so grateful for the BCAA and everything they do for their community.
June 30, 2021
KAO Sorority House, UVA Campus
We found it serendipitous that this particular mural fell into place with incredible ease. Once we finished we really couldn't picture the fence without it. It's like it came to life with a daily message for all of the UVA students who use this path as a cut through.
Our gift to the KAO sorority house in Charlottesville, VA. Honoring Yeardley Love, her family, friends, the One Love Foundation, and the amazing work they have done to educate over a million people to #lovebetter.
We want to see you enjoying these murals! Tag us in your pictures!