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New Painting for Crime on Canvas Exhibition

I have a new painting to show you lovelies! This is “Queen Sakana” and I painted her for the M Modern Gallery Crime on Canvas group exhibition, opening today at the Life Is Beautiful Music Festival in Las Vegas! The theme of the show was “Animal” so I took inspiration from my beautiful betta fish, Falcor. I’m a huge betta nut! If you’re in the Las Vegas area, definitely check out the show! And if you’d like to collect the original painting, you can acquire it here.

New Painting for Modern Eden x Beautiful Bizarre Magazine Ephemeral

This is my newest painting, “Ebb And Flow”! I’m so in love with how she turned out. I really pushed myself to embrace the overall theme, “Ephemeral”, of Modern Eden Gallery & Beautiful Bizarre Magazine‘s group showing. This lovely lady is a part of the group exhibition opening September 15th at Modern Eden Gallery! You can email original artwork inquiries to kim@moderneden.com to give this gal a forever home.

Returning to San Diego Comic Con July 18-22 Part3

It’s almost here! I’ve been painting up a storm for SDCC… or should I say, a SWARM of cute cuddly little Pop Culture inspired fuzzbutt bees! Original framed paintings like these adorable fuzzbums and more will be available at booth 4723 where I’ll be signing starting Wednesday July 18th. Preview night opens at 5pm so visit booth 4723 early for the most selection of original artworks, and to get your prints and books signed by me!

New purses, cosmetic bags and handbags are coming to booth 4723! These circle purses are a great size for an every day bag on the go. They come with a shoulder strap and zipper closure! And the cosmetic bags make great travelbags or bags for craft and art supplies. You can fit so much inside!

A new collection of printed vintage plates is coming to booth 4723! Each plate is one-of-a-kind so be sure to visit early to collect your favorite. There will be a variety of sizes and prices, good for new collectors and for magnificent collections!

 

New prints are coming to booth 4723! And I’ll sign em all for ya! You can come pick up a cute fuzzy bee print or one of these adorbs new Pop Culture inspired bees! Quantities are limited though so visit early in the show before they all fly to new homes!

 

 

 

 

Check it out! New stickers, boo yeah! These 4″ vinyl beauties are weatherproof and great just about anywhere like your laptop, sketchbook, waterbottle, or even on your car!

Returning to San Diego Comic Con July 18-22 Part2

SDCC Blog Part 2, baby! Yeah! If you haven’t checked out Part 1 you can scope it out here. Because this Comic Con party train is rolling in to San Diego really soon! I’ll be signing at booth 4723 all week July 18-22!

My brand new Pop Manga Coloring Book Mermaids and Other Sea Creatures is out today! You can pick up your copy at booth 4723 and I’ll sign it for ya! And if you can’t make it to the show, you can order one here. When you order from my Etsy it supports me directly as an artist, and makes it more possible for me to create even more books, tutorials, and fun goodies for you lovelies. And as a special Thank You for supporting my book directly on Etsy, I’ll be sending Etsy-exclusive gift stickers from my coloring contest, a and bonus gift to color or collect!

New handbags are coming to booth 4723! These bagadocious handbags are double-sided with a zippered interior pocket and zippered closure, and come with custom zipper pulls. You can pick one up at booth 4723, but visit early because quantities are limited!

Check out these photos of the Limited Edition Coniversary collector’s sets you’ll be able to pick up from booth 4723! They celebrate my 20th year at San Diego Comic Con, and are filled to the brim with exclusive and limited edition goodies.

Only 100 of these gorgeous sets are made for SDCC! Each set contains:

  • Rainbow chibi pin
  • 20 bags will have a RARE golden ticket pin
  • A ltd edition 11×14″ fine art print set of Umoja & Bianca
  • 1 lovers eye brooch
  • 5 lucky bags will get the ORIGINAL handpainted brooch
  • Princess Papalia button by @buttonlab
  • 20 lucky bags get exclusive heart button
  • 1 of 5 new postcards
  • 1 limited edition 4×6″ Bee print
  • 1 Aria keychain
  •  1 sticker by @rockinstickers
  • 1 FAP limited edition 8×10″ print of my SDCC Painting
  • 20 lucky bags will get a hand embellished version of the 8×10″ print
  •  And it all comes in a double sided Conniversay tote bag with an exclusive zipperpull!

New originals are coming to booth 4723! I’ve been painting fuzzy bee interpretations of some of my favorite Pop Culture characters. Can you tell which ones these cuties are?

SDCC is time for Exclusives! Check out this new SDCC 2018 exclusive limited edition Girl Interrupted hard enamel pin colorway. My heart sings for Teal Glitter! There’s only 100pcs, and my First Dibs patrons have already had a crack at collecting convention exclusives like these. If you’d like to preorder Exclusives for my upcoming conventions, you can sign up to First Dibs on Patreon here and get on the inside track!

Take a look at these limited edition SDCC Exclusive prints I embellished! I hand-painted embellishments onto each print, and signed and numbered them each in an edition of 20pcs each. You can pick yours up at booth 4723 during the show!

Other new prints are coming to booth 4723! I’ll be signing there all weekend, so add your favorites to your collection and I’ll sign ’em for ya! You’ll be able to get prints of some of my new Sky paintings like Hydie, Godiva, Polina, and Sun Kisses.

You can also find new prints like Albino Rhino and Mamba Mia, and lots of fan-favorites too. Pick them up at booth 4723 and I’ll sign them all!

Apparel is coming to SDCC booth 4723! You can add pieces from my official Liveheroes collection to your art-wardrobe in a wide variety of images and sizes. Selection is super limited, with as few as 1pc of each image and size, so don’t sleep on adding a soft new sweatshirt or rockin’ tee to your ensemble!

Fruition Exhibition Opening Tonight at Artists Republic

 

I’m excited to announce I’ve contributed a new painting to Trekell x Artists Republic Gallery’s group exhibition, Fruition! The show opens tonight 6-9pm. If you’re in the Anaheim area, you should definitely check it out!

All the paintings for this show are made on Trekell’s 14″x14″ floating frame wood panels. I love painting on Trekell wood panels, so it was a great fit! I call this piece “Pink Lemonade”. Aren’t those lemons just the juciest, and the bees so fuzzy! If you’re interested in the original artwork for your collection, please email info@artists-republic.com I’m bringing some prints with me to Stan Lee’s LA Comic Con booth 117 this weekend, and online fans can find custom prints available here.

New Paintings for Bee Release August 4 on Etsy

It’s almost here! My Bee Release on Etsy is coming August 4th at 9AM PST and I couldn’t be happier! For this release I’ve teamed up with Planet Bee Foundation to raise funds towards sponsoring a brand new beehive for the School For The Arts in San Francisco. Planet Bee Foundation have been so amazing to work with already at our Save The Bees panel at San Diego Comic Con. If you haven’t read about them here yet, their Mission Statement is:

Planet Bee Foundation is a 501(c)3 environmental education nonprofit based in San Francisco. Their mission is to create a green-minded generation and inspire environmental stewardship through the teaching lens of the struggling honey bee and the power of individual action. Through their school programs, corporate teambuilding workshops, and public education, Planet Bee hopes more people will care for our environment and take action to have a positive impact on our interconnected world. To learn more about the work they do, visit here.

I had such an amazing time painting all my lovely fuzzy little bumblebees for release tomorrow. And I have more to share with you! Keep an eye open for these cuties joining the release.

Each bee is framed and one-of-a-kind. So if you have a favorite, I suggest trying to complete the checkout process right away. Items in the shopping cart on Etsy are not reserved, so the first person to check out completely will get their treasure of choice. Then if you make another order, my Etsy coordinator Asami can combine them for you.

I’m making Beekeeper hand-embellished prints a part of my Bee release too! These beauties are 12×16″ prints and come signed & numbered in an edition of 13pcs with 2 Artist Proofs available. They release on August 4th at 9AM PST here, so set your alarms!

I’ve made a handful of one-of-a-kind apparel and a bee collage towel for my Bee release! There’s only 1 of each and sizes are limited, so if you fall in love with one, don’t delay! The first 150 orders shipping inside the USA will also receive a Bentley wildflower seeds packet to plant and help bees in their area. So get ready for release on Etsy right here August 4th at 9AM PST!

New stickers and sticker sheets are releasing on Etsy too! You can choose between a big fuzzy 3″ Rainbow bee sticker, or a sticker sheet of lots of new pollinator friends! Pick yours up starting August 4th at 9AM PST here.

San Diego Comic Con Part 1

I’m so excited to be returning to San Diego Comic Con! My booth is #4723 in the Fantasy Illustrator section, and I’m bringing lots of original artwork with me this year.

I’ve created a new original painting collection I call “Surreal Safari”, these petite oil paintings range in size from 3.5″ to 4×6″ and 5×7″. They’re an awesome way for new collectors to add an original painting to their collections, since petite paintings range in prices from $450-750+usd

I call this little cutie “Pinkie Pie”, inspired by the awesome Axolotl- they’re a amazing part of the natural world! “Pinkie Pie” is coming to San Diego Comic Con at my booth 4723 where I’ll also have prints, but if you can’t make it to the show, you can pick up a print here.

Another amazing creature I discovered this year is the Seabunny- seriously, if you’ve never heard of one, google search ‘Seabunny’ and you won’t regret it! I knew when I saw photos that I had to paint a rainbow one, so here is “Seabuns” for my Surreal Safari collection! Seanbuns will debut at booth 4723 alongside these other cute critters.

I’ve also been working on my Dorian Gray portrait to get him ready in time to join the Surreal Safari at SDCC booth 4723! He’s inspired by my favorite Oscar Wilde story, and if you’ve never read it, I highly recommend checking it out!

I’m also bringing original drawings to my booth 4723 at SDCC! I have a collection of framed 5×7″ graphite drawings I made during my travels in Europe, and I’ve been holding them for a special release. If you’re coming to the show, definitely visit early because each one is one of a kind, and once it finds a home, it’s gone baby gone!

I’m also making original artwork a part of my fan appreciation at SDCC booth 4723 for fans supporting my artwork at the show! I’m going to raffle original sketches on shikishi boards during the con, so come visit me at booth 4723 for a raffle ticket with your lovely new art goodies! I have lots more announcements for SDCC this year so stay tuned everyone!

Submerged Exhibition Installation Progress

I’ve arrived in Rome for my Submerged exhibition! It feels so good to be back in such an exhilarating, beautiful and culture-filled city. I can’t help but be inspired! My newest collection for “Submerged”, opening at Dorothy Circus Gallery on the 31st, is being hung. Look at these exquisite frames!

It’s not too late to email sales@dorothycircusgallery.com for original artwork inquiries for Submerged. The opening reception will be held March 31.

I’ve created a small collection of beautiful printed vintage plates, available exclusively through Dorothy Circus Gallery for my Submerged exhibition! Each piece is carefully paired with an artwork image, featuring some of my new Submerged paintings, and some favourites! Email sales@dorothycircusgallery.com for purchase inquiries

 

New Paintings For Submerged Exhibition at Dorothy Circus Gallery

Camilla has been painting up a storm for her new “Submerged” Exhibition opening at Dorothy Circus Gallery in Rome, March 31th! Camilla has a collection of 6 new paintings underway. Let’s take a look at some of their progress.

This new painting, “Fishbowl”, includes Camilla’s first ever Seabunny to appear in one of her paintings! Have you seen Seabunnies before? Google them! You won’t regret it!

We can see clues on Camilla’s palette that she was working on “Ajna”. Camilla and Dorothy Circus Gallery revealed the final image for Ajna recently. Camilla shares some thoughts about “Ajna”:
This painting is all about human perception and our role in nature. I believe we are as much as part of the earth as all the other fauna and animals, yet we don’t always see it. We need to open our third eye and truly appreciate what we are a part of and how we affect the planet.  The colors of her eyes are secondary colors because we tend to put the earth’s life second to our needs.  I believe human beings are amazing and capable of so much. Our greatest assets are compassion and intelligence which is why I wanted to show so much emotion in her. Earth is a beautiful world that is rich in color and life that should be treasured!

Camilla’s painting “Capuchina” has been revealed! These colorful skulls are a playful take on a usually macabre subject.

Camilla will be unveiling a new,  large size oil painting, “La Madre” for Submerged exhibition. This piece measures 20×24″, larger than many of Camilla’s contemporary artworks. She will be a show-stopper for sure!

Keep an eye on Camilla’s social media @camilladerrico #camilladerrico and here on the blog for more updates as artworks develop for Submerged at Dorothy Circus Gallery March 31! Are you a collector interested in acquiring an original from Submered? Drop us a line at info@camilladerrico.com

View Camilla’s Masquerade at Haven Gallery

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Camilla’s Masquerade Solo Exhibition collection is on view at Haven Gallery in Newport, NY! View Camilla’s body of work in person until November 27th, and online here.

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Press Release:

Northport, NY– Haven Gallery is honored to present “Masquerade” a solo exhibition of new paintings and drawings by Canadian artist Camilla d’Errico. “Masquerade” is d’Errico’s first solo show with the gallery and will include eight paintings and eight drawings and 3 framed palettes. “Masquerade” is a distinctively exciting body of work featuring the artist’s quintessentially expressive, anime inspired gamines playfully hiding behind a series of animal and fantasy inspired disguises. The portraits featured in “Masquerade” are surrealistically rendered yet sensibly calculated to reveal the emotional complexities and idiosyncrasies of both d’Errico and the soul present in each and every one of us.

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Appearing jovial and lighthearted upon first glance, d’Errico’s archetypally endearing girls may hark back to the nostalgia of our childhood and to our grand sense of imagination as minors. Yet in contrast, looking closer, the many masks and identities we must take on as adults in various aspects of our lives echoes strongly through d’Errico’s use of suggestive facial expressions and gesticulations. A predominant emotion of pensive contemplation can be noted through prolifically parted lips and reflective hand gestures capturing a brief moment of vulnerability and inquisition we so often encounter through our psychological and physiological evolutions.

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“Masquerade” plays with the viewer through a paradoxical juxtaposition of reality and fantasy. By combining elements of emotion, pattern and pop culture, d’Errico subtly comments on the amalgamation of influences and personalities unique to each of us as individuals. Despite this masquerade, our many layers and individuality may not be sequestered entirely. d’Errico’s eponymous kaleidoscopic pools of color and drips may attest to the complexity and uniqueness that make up our person. These specific striations and patterns brilliantly capture our attention just as quickly as the visual acumen of each mask which in this case, may echo d’Errico’s own wellsprings of inspiration. Homages to anime and manga, American comics, mythology and folklore are readily apparent through the use of tongue-in-cheek titles and notable influences commonly referenced through d’Errico’s seasoned career as a fine artist. “Masquerade” plays with our personal stimuli as they shape our discrete souls. Who we wish to be may already be a part of who we are or who we will be one day.

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Haven Gallery is located at 155 Main St., The Carriage House Square, Suite 4, in Northport, NY 11768

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Camilla’s “Ferme La Bouche” Original oil painting is currently available for acquisition. For additional information and images, please contact Erica Berkowitz at info@havenartgallery.com or (631) 757-0500.

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