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AB2646 – Sacramento
November 4 @ 7:00 pm PDT
Art Battle Sacramento – November 4, 2023
Doors @ 7:00pm / Painting @ 8:00pm
Zittel Family Amphitheater – 200 Wool St, Folsom, CA
The pieces will be auctioned off and the crowd will crown the ultimate champion of the night.
Be a part of the fun as a spectator, or participate as one of the featured artists by applying online at www.artbattle.com/artists!
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!
Melissa considers herself a contemporary painter of livestock, wildlife, wild places, childhood memories, days and places long forgotten. She loves the juxtaposition of images. In doing so, it enables Melissa to give her audience a glimpse into a memory or feeling that resonates with their childhood that they may not get from a single image.
jason Henry (wasiak)
Though primarily a painter working in water-based oils, acrylics, and latex paints, Jason also works in mixed media, assemblage, and conceptual art. He takes a "whatever medium is needed" approach to art, music and food.
Jim creates figurative works with integration of abstract textures and tones. He has eclectic themes and is a comic nerd.
Looking forward to having a good time with y'all! Bring the energy!
Michael believes that every piece of art tells a story. He worked as a photographer, including as a historical photographer for FEMA. His projects often start with a picture, and he transforms it into something new. His work has been shown in many galleries, festivals and museums throughout the United States.
Create, live, love and laugh!
Felicia is inspired by 'graffito,' defined as an ancient drawing or writing scratched on a wall or other surface and found throughout the ages. This type of mark making, found in traditional cultural symbols, patterns, and art from around the world is something we all have in common. She works primarily in what she refers to as 'kiln formed graffiti glass,' using tools that are often found, recycled, or handmade to make marks and manipulate glass.
Kiln Formed Graffiti Glass and mixed media artist, Felicia Borges is the creator and volunteer organizer of ‘Second Saturday in Natomas.” She is ready to take on her opponents in this no holds barred, winner takes all, steal cage match! Let’s get ready to rumble!
Instagram: @3point5 @3point5ink
Mike, travel and art go hand-in-hand. Mike had the privilege to paint live on the Vans Warped Tour from 2010-2012 and to assist Tina Merry in the World Body Paint Festival in Austria (where they won 1st place!). He creates through sketching, painting, sculpture and digital art.
I’m super stoked and beyond excited to be blessed to compete at the upcoming Art Battle Saturday Nov. 4th in Folsom! Can’t wait to see your faces!!
Katie grew up on top of a hill with lots of opportunities to observe, wonder and wander in nature. She has been creating for as long as she can remember in the form of writing, drawing, painting, singing, dancing, acting, and more recently, playing the ukulele and performing spoken word. Her painting has been described as colorful and soulful; like stained glass.
I can’t wait to experience this art battle with all of you! Bring on the creativity!
Madeleine is a self-taught artist from a family of artists. She is inspired by nature as well as the strange dream-like quality of surreal work. Her main medium is acrylic paint, though she enjoys sculpting and music as well.
I'm looking forward to sharing my passion for art with all of you!
Judah X. Pimentel
Judah is a surrealist artist who specializes in bizarre portraiture intertwining unnatural circumstances, nature, animals, and people all in one image. He also is a content creator, photographer, musician, and writer. Judah’s style is representative, spiritual, and has a unique aesthetic.
Let’s get creative!
Eric's paintings consist of bright and colorful acrylics on canvas, both large and small. He uses different methods of application in layers to create energy. He believes that energy is the source of everything that exists and therefore the force that gives life to his paintings.
Everything you can imagine is real