You are given one rule when you create a mural for the Every Part Matters public art project: The theme and subject are your choice and should not focus on any aspect of Jiffy Lube’s business. When given this creative freedom to paint what she wanted, Pamela Bliss chose to depict the importance of bees
As an artist, Christina Hollering typically creates her pieces with cut paper, linocuts, or mixed media. However, her competitive spirit urged her to apply (and ultimately create) the “Reconnecting to Our Waterways” mural located at Jiffy Lube Fall Creek Road location.
What’s better than an insta-worthy backdrop? How about an oil change on us? The Indiana public art scene has made great strides in recent years but we, as a city, state, and community still have a lot of work to do.
ISH (Ismael Muhammad Nieves) has been a muralist and graffiti writer in northern Indiana for more than thirty years. When ISH was paired with two artist apprentices, Jamahl Crouch and Matthew Cooper, and learned that this Jiffy Lube location was the third one opened in Indiana, he wanted to create three of something. The idea
Kyle Ragsdale, a local Indianapolis artist, created a unique mural that invokes a sense of curiosity in the viewer. This mural can be admired on the exterior of our East Washington Street location. This public art project is another installation in collaboration with the Arts Council of Indianapolis – The Every Part Matters Mural Project.
Big skies and colorful rural fields inspired the calming sunrise mural recently painted at our Avon location. The seemingly glowing mural was painted and created by Megan Jefferson, an Indianapolis-based abstract and landscape painter who previously created murals for Jiffy Lube as part of the artist collective Department of Public Words.