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AB2497 – Montreal
May 17 @ 7:30 pm EDT
Art Battle Montréal – 17 mai, 2023
Doors @ 7:30pm / Painting @ 8:30pm
Bar La Shop – 4177, rue Saint-Denis (2ième étage), Montreal, QC
Rejoignez-nous pour un mercredi plein d’art en direct!
Des artistes visuels s’affrontent devant vous pour réaliser leur meilleure œuvre d’art possible en 20 minutes sur un format prédéterminé.
Observez le processus créatif et à la fin de chaque tour, votez pour votre œuvre d’art préférée. Les gagnants des deux premiers tours participent à une ronde finale qui détermine le grand gagnant de la soirée.
Durant l’évènement vous pourrez également participer aux enchères de l’encan silencieux de toutes les œuvres qui auront été créées devant vous. Une chance unique de ramener à la maison une création des plus originales! À noter que la moitié de la vente de chaque oeuvre va aux artistes.
Be a part of the fun as a spectator, or participate as one of the featured artists by applying online at artbattle.com/artists!
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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!
Liza is a mix media artist born in the 80s who draws inspiration from fables, monsters, and weird characters from her imagination. Her figurative paintings are built in movement, creating cryptic portraits that invite the viewer to explore the hidden depths of her subjects. Liza weaves together a tapestry of vivid colors and textures that brings her characters to life to invite you into a journey within your own imagination. Energic lines that emerges from chaos to express how everything is constantly changing and rebuilding itself in the present./sf
Kira Faye has been doodling her whole life. Faye's art is driven by a deep sense of longing for places she has visited in her life and in her mind. Her art captures the details in her memory of a paradise years past.
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Anyo is a multi-faceted artist who has fun exploring various techniques such as painting, graffiti, black and white drawings or digital painting. She is very inspired by the world of comics but also films and music./sf
Kervens is a self-taught artist and tattoo artist. From airbrush to oil painting, he loves everything about art.
He considers his art colorful, energetic, and creative./sf
When Penelope paints, she focuses on the moment. She always paints from life or a memory and not from pictures since a picture can only portray an instant visual. /sf
Hello crew, thank you for coming tonight. The energy of people watching your art process is electrifying and fuels ideas and creativity. Like a yoga class: not the same alone or with a bunch of people vibin’ together. So tonight, you are part of the process, and your are part of the art, interfering with it by your presence: choose what you want to bring into this collective moment.
Tatyani's art is dark and emotional expressionist. However, normally it is figurateive, made with soft pastels and/or acrylic on canvas or paper. She sees art as something very symbolic that might show some secrets about our personalities/souls. /sf
Becks is heavily influenced by the Australian outback she grew up in. She draws on her background as an engineer, musician and linguist to distill meaning and emotion into the works she creates. She is especially fond of nature and landscapes as a means of expressing subtle emotions and nuances of society./sf
Julian Cargnello's practice centers on the exploration of the interplay between technology, perception, and our internal emotional understandings of these realms. His paintings often depict ambiguous and recognizable forms that are hidden within complex, abstract compositions. He aims to create visual stimuli that provoke creative engagement, allowing viewers to construct their own images from the abstracted elements within his paintings./sf
Julian Cargnello's practice centers on the exploration of the interplay between technology, perception, and our internal emotional understandings of these realms. His paintings often depict ambiguous and recognizable forms that are hidden within complex, abstract compositions. He aims to create visual stimuli that provoke creative engagement, allowing viewers to construct their own images from the abstracted elements within his paintings.
As an intermedia artist, the other side of his practice is occupied with motion design and video art. This facet of his work challenges the division between fine art and entertainment by investigating themes in popular culture and mainstream media. Using a queer sensibility, his work aims to humorously reconstruct these narratives with an aesthetic that is pertinent to a millennial narrative.
Nadine, with a background in neuroscience, uses computational as well as classical methods to make beautiful artwork and visualize data. Her goal is to bring her audience to reflect on mental health and what it feels like to experience the world from different points of view./sf
I use painting, computational methods and neuroscience to make beautiful artwork that brings us to reflect on mental health !
Violet's subject is the human mind, struggling to contain what's inside as well as absorbing the outside work. She visualizes emotions, walking on the edge of sanity to make a genuine work. In each cathartic attempt, Violent builds an aesthetic creature, an eye-catcher./sf
Art is my muse, I consume it, and I create it. My subject is the human mind, struggling to contain what's inside as well as absorbing the outside world. I visualize emotions, walking on the edge of sanity to make a genuine work. In each cathartic attempt I build an aesthetic creature, an eye-catcher.