About Julie

Julie Davis is a multidisciplinary artist based in Zionsville, Indiana. In her work, she explores the healing potential of art and creates vibrant viewer experiences that are visceral and elevating.

In addition to participating in juried exhibitions and professional portfolio exchanges, Julie served as the Senior Graphic Designer for the Public Affairs and Marketing Office, Headquarters of Darnall Army Medical Center, also as an Official Army Photographer and Multimedia Specialist for the Directorate of Information Management, and also as Web Master for Fort Carson's Network Enterprise Center. She has exhibited nationally, received public and private commissions, and has won awards for her fine art and graphic design.

Currently, Julie is developing an augmented reality app that leverages technology and social science to enhance the traditional art museum experience.


Short Version

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. 


Artist’s Statement

“There is an overwhelming need for light and healing in the world today. I can't ignore the voice within that keeps reminding me to ‘be the change you wish to see.’ The creative process allows me to heal and overcome challenges/trauma. Art is also how I share my humanity, purpose, and connection to others and the world around me. Art reminds me that I have the power within to choose, to create, to feel the way I want to, and to impact others in a positive way, despite what others say and do! The creative process is a powerful process.

In my work, I use water-based media, acrylics, enamel, ink, crayons, and pencils, etc. Through these mediums, I aim to inspire self-reflection, joy, healing, gratitude, and connection. By balancing the artist's hand with playful design elements, my work is intentional, feminine, visceral and sensual.”


Media Kit

Julie Davis


*High-resolution images available on request.

Julie Davis Veach in Studio with Empathic Sensitivities painting

Julie in front of her painting, "Empathic Sensitivities" 60x48" original on canvas.
Photo Credit: Tell the Story Photography


Empathic Sensitivities by Julie Davis Veach


Title: Empathic Sensitivities

Medium: acrylic on canas

Size: 60x48


"Empathic Sensitivities" 60x48" Original on Large Canvas


Title: Collective Consciousness

Medium: acrylic on canvas

Size: 30x30”


"Reflecting Light" 24x24" Original on Wood Panel 


Title: Reflecting Light

Medium: acrylic on panel 

Size: 24x24"


"Eternal Blessing" 80x58" Original on Large Canvas


Title: Eternal Blessing

Medium: acrylic on canvas

Size: 80x58”

Copyright: Julie Davis


"Trees of Hope" 30x30" Original on Canvas


Title: Trees of Hope

Medium: acrylic on canvas

Size: 30x30”

Copyright: Julie Davis


About Julie's Art

  • Through her work, Davis explores the healing power of art.
  • Her vibrant, visceral works invoke states of being, including self-reflection, joy, healing, gratitude, and connection.
  • She has exhibited nationally and has won awards such as; the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor's Honorable Mention (painting), Barclay Art's Honorable Mention (painting), Killeen Civic Art Guild Best of Show & Honorable Mention (panting), and Graphic Design USA's American In-house Design Awards for her graphic design work at CRDMC.
  • Recently featured as the month of May’s “Artist of the Month” by HGTV’s Good Bones, Two Chicks and a Hammer mobile app.
  • Recently chosen as 1 of 6 featured artists to paint a live mural at the 2021 Indy Arts Fest, sponsored by Indy Auto Man and Hue Murals, Labor Day 2021.
  • Davis is developing an augmented reality app that bridges the gap between  the traditional museum experience and today's augmented reality technology. Using a Smartphone, viewers will be able to experience artwork differently, travel through a narrative, and make choices that will heighten empathy and strengthen connects. 


Full Text 

Julie Davis uses water-based media, acrylics, enamel, ink, crayons, and pencils to uplift the viewer and convey the healing power of art. Fluid brush strokes and intentional mark-making indicate the artist's presence while inviting the viewer to create their own narrative and connection. 

Davis credits the creative process for helping her heal from trauma and overcome challenges, and she endeavors to share that healing potential with others. Through her work, she expresses her humanity, purpose, and connection to people, animals, nature, and Spirit, hoping to inspire others to self-exploration and greater empathy. 

Davis earned her AA from Central Texas College, BFA from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Texas, and is a MA (Interaction and UI/UX Design) and MFA candidate at the Academy of Art University, San Francisco, California. In addition to being a painter, she is an experienced graphic designer and webmaster.

Currently, she is developing an augmented reality app that leverages technology and social science to enhance the traditional art museum experience and help viewers experience more empathy and connection.


Website: www.JulieDavisArt.com

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/JulieDavisArt

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JulieDavisArtDesign

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/JulieDavisArtDesign

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/JulieDavisArtDesign

Charitable Donations and Non-Profits Affecting Social Impacts Partnerships

Making a Difference Making Art! Julie Davis Fine Art Partnerships.

I often us my artwork to make charitable donations or give a percentage of proceeds to various causes that are dedicated to affecting social impacts. Here are some past and present organizations I have had the opportunity to partner with.

Impact Partnerships include; St. Mary's Child Center, PACE, Denton County Friends of the Family, Watch Us Farm, FUR THE BRAND (in partnership with Indy Arts Fest sponsored by Indy Auto Man and Hue Murals.)

St. Mary's Child Center (Indianapolis): Art Donation
Impacts preschool children in poverty — who are at life and learning risk — with the highest quality cognitive, creative, social, physical, and emotional learning experiences that will transition into a foundation for lifelong success.

PACE (Indianapolis): 2020 ArtSpoken Online Auction Art Donation
Helping people/families affected by incarceration become self-sufficient to build stronger communities.

Horses Healing Hearts (Palm Beach County & South Florida): In-Kind Donation: Design Services - Concept Design Mock-up Donation for Nikki Perlow Butterfly Graduation Wall, Memorial Fence at the HHH Equestrian Center in Delray Beach, FL
Horses Healing Hearts is a 501c3 charitable organization designed to help children in families suffering from substance abuse. Through the magnificence of the human and horse relationship, the kids are taught about responsibility and confidence. Our first goal is to maintain the kids’ physical safety while allowing the kids and horses to work their healing magic together.

Denton County Friends of the Family (Denton, Texas): 40th Anniversary Silent Auction Art Donation
Serving clients affected by sexual assault and domestic violence - partnering with community to promote safety, hope, healing, justice, and prevention.

Watch Us Farm (Zionsville, Indiana): Inaugural Benefit Dinner at Dusk Silent Auction, In-Kind Donations Teaching Art, 30% Proceeds (in partnership with Nexus Impact Group) from Nexus’ “Art 4 Impact” Silent Auction Art Donation.
Providing adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities the opportunity to learn, work, and thrive in a jobs training program on a farm. Here, adults with autism, brain injury, and intellectual impairment are successfully gardening, weaving, cooking, and assembling electrical components in a secure and nurturing environment, marketing and selling beautifully handcrafted items, and providing service back to our community.

FUR THE BRAND (in partnership with Indy Arts Fest sponsored by Indy Auto Man and Hue Murals) 100% proceeds from Inaugural Indy Arts Fest 2021- Silent Auction Art Donation
Fur The Brand is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit association that provides support and financial assistance to families whose pet faces a cancer or critical health diagnosis that requires veterinary care in which they are unable to afford.

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