AB2539 – New Orleans
June 15 @ 7:00 pm CDT
Art Battle New Orleans – June 15, 2023
Doors @ 7:00pm / Painting @ 8:00pm
Zony Mash Beer Project – 3940 Thalia St, New Orleans, LA
Get charged up for an electrifying Thursday night featuring live, pulse-pounding art!
Be a part of the electrifying energy as skilled artists engage in a high-speed showdown, flinging paint with every stroke.
Cast your vote and crown the champion in three pulse-pounding rounds. And as the night unfolds, snag a one-of-a-kind masterpiece as every piece created goes up for auction. Don’t miss this unforgettable evening of live art!
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 New Orleans is a 21+ event.
REGISTER NOW TO VOTE
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!
Arianne is an artist local to New Orleans who has been practicing art since elementary school. Her art typically represents black love and black culture. She hopes to inspire others through her work that would typically challenge their current viewpoints. /sf
Trista, a self-proclaimed spooky artist, specializes in ink, watercolor, and the dark parts of the mind. Now making a living as an artist in New Orleans, Trista focuses on watercolor, painting on wood and even ProCreate on her iPad. /sf
I hope to create dark beauty or an image that sticks in your subconscious to inspire you.
Taylor has mostly been a sketchbook artist with smaller workers in graphite and charcoal. She also works in watercolors and oils, painting artwork that often has hints of magic and elements of the past. She uses dramatic lighting for focus and composition dynamic create a high contrast./sf
Never done this before, but I am stoked to see what I can show you all. Hope to see as many people there as possible!
Ed explores a decadent future where technology is indistinguishable from magic. Floating effortlessly in the clouds, Ed's brutalist inspired skyscrapers loom over the viewer. Initially evoking a sense of wonder for the future to come, upon closer inspection one can see that even the most fantastic of futures is no more immune to neglect and blight than our present time. Cracked facades and overgrown weeds mark a duality of achievement, even science beyond our comprehension today, is our future's forgotten trash./sf
Nila is a multidisciplinary artist currently living in New Orleans. Her work goes from painting, drawing and scupture to installation, mixed media and digital. Nila tries to capture movement and atmostphere in every one of her paintings and uses color and dynamic tracings to emphasize her message./sf
Come on out to watch me live paint in this art battle! ~ Crude Things