Updated: Aug 18
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Niles, MI – Artist Steve Sult (www.sultminecreative.com) announced today that his work from Art for Public Spaces – Mother Nature, Real and Imagined, has been donated for auction to The Purple Purse 2023 event supporting the Family Justice Center St. Joseph County. Sult is a popular Graphic Designer and Illustrator who is known for his dynamic and colorful design and illustration.
The cocktail hour event celebrates the power of hope and will support the programs of the FJC on Thursday, September 28, 2023 at The Armory in South Bend, Indiana.
"I admire the work Family Justice Center does and I think its so important to support the various programs the organization offers to the community,” said Sult. “It’s great to have the opportunity to partner with causes that improve the quality of life for the community and to spotlight the event.”
Sult has made it his mission to highlight Artistic Activism as a dynamic practice combining the creative power of the arts to move us emotionally with his brand of activism.
About the FJC
The Family Justice Center of St. Joseph County serves as a one-stop help center for victims of domestic/family violence, sexual assault and stalking. The FJC is a non-profit agency that is co-located and works collaboratively with other non-profit and governmental agencies to help victims and their families quickly and confidentially seek information and easily access resources to help them escape the cycle of violence and move toward healing. By having these services in one building in downtown South Bend, victims and their families can more easily access services and receive the help they need. Funds raised at this event will ensure that the FJC can continue to bring help, healing, and hope to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and their families through a collaborative, victim-centered approach. For more information about the Family Justice Center, please visit www.fjcsjc.org.
About Steve Sult
Sult creates his art in Southwestern Michigan from his studio in Niles, Michigan. Steve opened his doors as Sult Mine Creative Group and built a practice gaining a national and international reputation as a creative director, art director, and illustrating designer, developing new product introduction – successfully contributing to over seventy established and emerging client organizations in diverse industries in the US, South America, China, and Europe.
Today, Steve has refined this style created early in his career. His work combines elements of WPA's poster campaigns in the 1930s, pop art, Russian Constructivists art, and decorative art all being applied to notecards, wearables, and posters in public spaces.