Art 4 Impact
Silent Auction & Art Reveal

Art for Impact Silent Auction and Art Reveal
Thursday, September 16
4 - 7 PM
Nexus Impact Center

9511 Angola Court
Indianapolis, Indiana 46268 

Family friendly event to celebrate “Equality for All”
through food, creative activities, pop-up shop and Art Awards!

Join us in celebrating the work of 9 local Artists and their interpretation of Equality for All! Support them along with local small business owners who will have pop-up shops at the event.

  • Food Truck
  • Indiana Originals & Equality for All Artists Pop-Up Shop
  • Silent Auction of Equality for All Artwork
  • Creative Activities
  • Viewers Choice Equality For All and Grand Prize Winners will be announced and celebrated at 5:30pm

 Vote for Viewer's Choice! 

Julie Davis' Artwork "Equality for All" is one of 9 Honorable Mentions selected by Nexus to be voted on for the Viewer's Choice Award!

Julie's chosen Social Impact Partner/Non-Profit | Watch Us Farm
In addition, 30% of the silent auction proceeds for Davis' artwork will go to a social cause of her choice doing work in Indiana. Her chosen local non-profit beneficiary is Watch Us Farm of Zionsville, Indiana.

Nexus Opens "Viewers Choice" Public Voting Online Sep. 1
Nexus opens Viewer's Choice voting online to the public September 1st and a link to vote will be provided on Julie's social media channels. 

People will be able to vote online for their favorite artwork from the 9 Honorable Mentions.

The Viewers Choice Award, includes $500 cash, a 6 month co-working membership at Nexus and other prizes through Indiana Originals.  The Viewers Choice Winner will still specify a cause/nonprofit to contribute $150. The Viewer's Choice piece will be kept and displayed at the Nexus Impact Center.  

    Viewer Choice Voting

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    "Equality for All" Artwork

      "Equality for All" digital artwork by Julie Davis Veach

       Davis-Veach's digital artwork "Equality for All" 


      About the Artwork

      Davis Veach's "Equality for All" digital artwork is a high-vibe spin on Art Deco meets contemporary visionary. The overall message in the work conveys equality as being accessible and inclusive. The artwork projects positive feelings of unity, community and collaboration. The painting is rich with symbolic meaning to support these themes.

      The Seed of the Soul

      At the bottom of the painting there is a white (white light is comprised of all colors in the spectrum - for inclusion) circle (also known as the monad, represents the whole/one/unity) representing the "seed of the soul."

      Think about how amazing a seed is and all the potential that is held within a tiny little seed. A seed has the potential to grow, bloom and transform into something beautiful – if nurtured and cared for. Also, like other seeds, each soul seed is unique and requires different kinds and amounts of care in order to grow and flourish. Therefore, there is an individual seed for each color spectrum that comprises the whole spectrum (white light) on its own path. Some paths are shorter/longer than others acting as metaphors for the differences in circumstances that each soul encounters when born into this life. Despite the differences in life circumstances, each soul seed has the inalienable right to transcend their circumstances. This is depicted by the ascension of the seeds upward toward the Monarch butterfly.

      The Monarch Butterfly

      I chose the Monarch butterfly as the main focal point of my painting, not only because I am literally seeing them daily in my garden as work on this painting, but also because of their rich symbolism. The Monarch symbolizes hope, rebirth, infinite potential, joy, creativity, and new life for ALL of US! They signify the coming of change, which couldn’t be more fitting in our current situation – a reminder to BE the change – Social change – more equality, freedom, compassion, and unity! Their life journey and expression is so symbolic of our own (and our nation’s) great awakening journey, and spiritual path. 

      The Rainbow

      The Complete full spectrum of colors (visible to humans) represents hope as rainbows are usually seen after a storm (aka COVID pandemic). The rainbow serves as a reminder to have faith, trust the process –equality as being accessible and inclusive is possible!


      About The Nexus Impact Center

      The Nexus Impact Center  provides co-working and office space as well as event and meeting space. We exist to unite, inspire, and resource people to cultivate impact-driven business models.

      Equality for All - The Nexus Impact Center is deeply rooted in every person having value and purpose to be leveraged for good. 

      Nexus Vision Statement
      We endeavor to create an equitable* world through collective impact.

      Nexus is a place where people from all different life styles, circumstances, and beliefs can come together to foster a collective spirit of creativity and innovation to advance social issues.

      About Julie Davis Fine Art

      Julie Davis Fine Art is woman-owned business based in Zionsville, Indiana.

      Owner and artist, Julie Davis is an American painter, multi-media artist, and graphic designer based in Zionsville, Indiana. Through her mediums, she creates vibrant, visceral works that invoke states of being, including self-reflection, joy, healing, gratitude, and connection.