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AB2470 – Edmonton

April 1 @ 7:30 pm MDT

Art Battle Edmonton – April 1, 2023

Doors @ 7:30pm / Painting @ 8:30pm
Casino Yellowhead – 12464 153 St NW, Edmonton, AB

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Join us for an electric evening of live art!

Get ready to witness an electrifying showdown as skilled artists go head-to-head in a high-speed, three-round battle to create awe-inspiring artwork right before your very eyes! But the real kicker? You get to play judge and jury and cast your vote for the ultimate winner!

That’s not all – as the night unfolds, all of the stunning artwork produced during the competition will be up for grabs in an exclusive auction. So join us for an unforgettable night of creativity and community!
Be a part of the fun as a spectator, or participate as one of the featured artists by applying online at artbattle.com/artists!

Art Battle Edmonton is an 18+ event.




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

Raevyn Berg

Raevyn 's art becomes a beacon in the dark, as she uses bursts of juicy colour to invigorate the imagination into connecting with a higher realm. She uses her art in that journey to quest for a deeper connection to the radiant dimensions, infusing her art with magic and spirit. /sf

From the artist:

Without fans and art collectors like you, we would not be seen! Thank you for supporting your local artists!

Mark Przybilla

Mark, a self-taught artist, was born and raised in Calmar. He paints spiritual pictures and is drawn to paint emotional feelings./sf

From the artist:

I love being a artist. The people I meet make it fulfilling.

Kateryna Young

Instagram: Art.by.k.young

Kateryna is known for creating “heavily-layered textured effects that include bright and mixed metallic acrylics, glitter, and gloss medium.” Her works use different medias with specific themes and meanings./sf

Max Born

Professional artist and 3d-animator, Max enjoys making bright, palette knife paintings. After growing up in the Ukraine, Max moved to Canada in 2013 and also makes pop art with elements of Ukrainian National Painting. /sf

Jen Walker

Instagram: niffy3825

Jennifer returns to Art Battle! Though she mostly paints in acrylic, she does not limit herself and can paint anything from landscapes to abstract expressions./sf

chrissy keyser

Chrissy is back! Chrissy, a tattoo artist, loves exploring different styles and mediums in her art. However, she is always drawn back to vivid colorful portraits or darker subjects./sf

From the artist:

Let’s get out there and enjoy some art!

Alexander Boykiw

Alexander was born and raised in Edmonton and began artistry in grade 3. His work is bold and colorful with a dark view in the form of pop culture and realism. /sf

From the artist:

I started working on art and games when I was very young. Today, my work is inspired by the world around me—from the emotions of people to the beauty of nature and everything in between. My projects are built around a strong concept that brings people together through interactive elements.

Katherine Gerola

Instagram: Art_bySmile

A visual artist from Edmonton, Katherine specializes in realism and nature's beauty. /sf

From the artist:

Thank you.. Cheers to positive vibes!

Scott Laboucan

Scott is a 3D student at the Edmonton Digital Arts College and finishing up his final term. He left a rewarding job to chase his dreams of working with art. He loves to be free with his artwork./sf

Aimee Kopp

St. Albert, Alberta, born and raised, mom of 4, Aimee loves to do semi-abstract work in acrylic and mixed media. Her favorite place is that sweet spot between balance and chaos./sf

From the artist:

“ Art is limitation; the essence of every picture is the frame. If you draw a giraffe, you must draw him with a long neck. If in your bold creative way you hold yourself free to draw a giraffe with a short neck, you will really find that you are not free to draw a giraffe.”
– G.K. Chesterton

Marissa Chapman / Mars Art

Instagram: _ MarsArt_

With a history in dance, music and fine art forms, Marissa found that arts allowed her to express herself in ways she wasn't able to before. She considers her work passionate, colorful, and expressive./sf

Tetiana Hrytsenko

Tetiana, originally from the Ukraine, features her hometown of Kherson in most of her art. She has been featured in art shows in Ukraine, Canada and the United States. /sf

From the artist:

I am an artist from Ukraine, but now I live in Canada, in Saskatoon. I have four very cool children, one girl and three boys. This is my first art battle and I hope it will be fun regardless of the outcome. But my country is fighting a real battle now and we must win!!! Therefore, my message to all present: "don't stand aside, if you have any opportunity to help - help"!!!!


April 1
7:30 pm MDT
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