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AB2439 – San Francisco City Championship

February 15 @ 7:00 pm UTC-5

Art Battle San Francisco City Championship – Feb 15, 2023

Doors @ 7:00pm / Painting @ 8:00pm
The Great Northern 119 Utah Street, San Francisco, CA

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Join Art Battle San Francisco for the most anticipated event of the season!

Regular season event winners and All-Stars from San Francisco return for their chance to become the 2023 San Francisco City Champion, and head to the National Championships in Florida in April!

Come watch the paint fly before your eyes and help vote to determine the Winner as artists battle the clock & each other in 3 rounds of just 20 minutes!

All artwork will also be available for auction during this incredible night of community and creation!

Art Battle® San Francisco is a 21+ event.

REGISTER NOW TO VOTE

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Artists

Artists can apply to compete. Also, most events have a ‘Wildcard’ easel, where artists leave their names at the door and we draw at random to pick the Wildcard Artist. To be a potential wildcard artist, just buy a ticket and show up!

Confirmed Competitors

Oxana Belka

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Oxana is a multidisciplinary artist originally based out of Chicago. Her art ranges from paintings and drawings to sculptures and she is intent on expressing the spectrum of emotions and feelings through colors./sf

From the artist:

I am Ukrainian American artist originally based out of Chicago and recently have relocated to San Francisco.
I am super happy to be here and participate in the Regional Art Battle. I am exited to show case my art as well as to meet many talented artists. Last Art Battle I have participated in Bay Area showed what a great audience there is and how much support artists get in Bay Area. For me as an artist, number one thing that drives my desire to paint and make more art, is seeing faces of people who look at my art and see something special for each of you . Support of audience , friends and family is extremely important for me and I appreciate all of you for being part of the event. Thank you ALL !

Below is my information:
Oxana Belka is a versatile artist intent on expressing the spectrum of emotions and feelings through colors.

Belka’s work falls under abstract surrealism with emphasis on bright colors to bring more light and positive energy to the world. Her work spans a great range of mediums such as oil and watercolor painting, large scale murals, and other independent projects combining art and sculpture. Oxana was a lead artist for an art project "Connections" at the Burning Man festival in 2019 which showcased the metamorphosis of the human connection through ten uniquely painted mannequins, illumination at night and music piece. Outside of the Burning man installation , Oxana paints murals to create interactive space.

Primary art media remains acrylic on canvas or watercolor on paper and later processed digitally for 3D effect as well as movement .And digital processing is my new found passion of recent months.

Mona Farrokhi

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Instagram: Moonszter

Mona's passion is creating artwork that enhances the world we live in. From mythical creatures and characters to conceptual products, whatever form of creation that may amplify and expand the experience of our lives./sf

Cassie Philpott

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Instagram: @cassiesartcollage

An aspiring character designer for children's TV, Cassie loves to paint landscapes, still life and portraits. Her art is colorful, fun and detailed./sf

From the artist:

This is my second Art Battle and I'm excited to show you more Character focused and playful paintings!

Anthony Jimenez

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Instagram: Anthonyisjim

Anthony is a muralist who focuses on social and environmental issues, politics, identity and vulnerability./sf

Jess Boldt

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Instagram: jessboldtart

Jess loves to create something from nothing. Using newspapers from around the world she loves to collage./sf

From the artist:

Juxtaposition describes both my life and work. From farm girl to International artist, I merge the two worlds together with a unique twist. Whether it’s newsprint, magazines, inks or paint I go with my intuition.

Jun Yang

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Instagram: Junyarts

Jun’s vibrant paintings often feature a joyful blend of “abstract art and animal imagery that seeks to evoke emotions through his use of space and colors.” Jun describes their “daily process as a kind of a meditation that heals his soul.”/sf

From the artist:

I’m a self taught, multifaceted artist who use a broad range of work with a variety of mediums including painting, drawing, murals and installation, and their work ranges from abstract to figurative. I’m like to experiment new mediums and techniques, and find new ways to express my ideas.

Hash Hadi

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Hash returns to another Art Battle. In his art, he tries to offer a new perspective on current events and to reflect by thinking outside the box. He paints, draws, sculpts and plays music./sf

Vanessa S Solari Espinoza

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Of Venezuelan descent and hailing from the SF area, Agana gives public walls vibrant life with her iconic pictorial imagery, bold aesthetics, bursting colors, textual calligraphic gestures and form./sf

YIJUN GE

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Yijun believes Yin and Yang is the basis of her visual language, representing passion and calmness. The contrast creates balance and tension, often represented through warm and cool colors. /sf

From the artist:

Can’t wait to see you guys again

jason wasiak

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Instagram: JasonHenryArts

Australian painter Jason describes his “work [as] ranging from cute to macabre, with an ever present twist of friendly awkwardness and repugnant humor.” Sometimes Jason “tries to engage viewers in uncomfortable [yet] familiar feelings about humanity with overtones of pop culture, graffiti, theism, and self examination in today’s [fast paced] culture.”

From the artist:

Woo hoo!

Malisa Suchanya

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Instagram: @malisasuchanya

Malisa uses the terms “colorful, whimsical, organic and playful” to describe her paintings “balancing on the tightrope of what is real and what is imagined.” “Using watercolors, gouache and graphite as her main mediums, Malisa remains a lover of traditional art in a technological age.”/sf

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February 15
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7:00 pm UTC-5
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