OUR FEATURED ARTISTS
Each month, Boards for Change will have some rad featured artists! These artists have been apart of BFC from the start and have art for auction! Check out our FEBRUARY 2021 featured artists, visit their page, follow them, show them love and bid on some DOPE ART FOR A PURPOSE!
FEBRUARY FEATURED ARTISTS:
DOPE ART FOR A PURPOSE
Ashley Ragan is an abstract artist based in Sacramento, CA. Her artwork is inspired by some of her greatest passions- street art, spirituality, and the human connection.
Ashley has been developing her style for nearly 15 years- continuing to redefine her art based on everyday life experience. Her Mission is to inspire others to create- to define what drives us as an individual, and to leave the world more aware of their emotional spectrum through art.
Artists transform an empty canvas into a work of art through their skill, experience, inspiration and senses. David Garibaldi’s life and transition into a world-renowned performance painter is no different. His show Rhythm and Hue is a music and color experience. Large pop portraits explode together on stage in minutes to music. Paint, sound, and entertainment collide for an entertaining show that has brought people around the world to their feet. We are so excited to have 2 of his We Will Grow boards up for auction with us!
Ryan Dominguez grew up in the greater Sacramento area and currently resides with his family in Tahoe Park. He is a civil engineer professionally and enjoys art as an outlet. Two consistent attributes of his work are bold textures and colors. Ryan incorporates these attributes in a range of styles such as still life, abstract, and murals. Check out his BLM Ballerina board that is up for auction!
Mariah is a local Sacramento, multifaceted, artist. If she's not painting on a canvas, she is either making music, designing merch for her brand, modeling for photos or (most importantly) being a MOM! She considers herself to be a walking piece of art. She incorporates herself in all of her art from music to visuals! Her art stems from who she is as a person. Mariah lost both of her parents by the age of 18 and now lives to inspire others through art and expression. She strives to promote self-love, positivity, peace, light and family. Even her 10 year old has a brand called STRESS LEVEL ZERO! Check out her page and board, Peace, Love, Light, & Unity, and help her spread the love!