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 email@example.com
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.
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.
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.
“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.
Haven Gallery is located at 155 Main St., The Carriage House Square, Suite 4, in Northport, NY 11768
Camilla’s “Ferme La Bouche” Original oil painting is currently available for acquisition. For additional information and images, please contact Erica Berkowitz at firstname.lastname@example.org or (631) 757-0500.
Coming Sept 17th to Modern Eden Gallery, Beautiful Bizarre Magazine presents Femme to Femme Fatale Exhibition. Camilla has contributed a brand new original oil painting to the showing, which will be available directly through Modern Eden Gallery.
Supporters in the San Francisco area are invited to join opening reception Sept 17th, 6-9pm to view the artworks in person. Camilla’s full painting reveal will take place on the 17th, but a sneak peek has been provided:
Camilla and Felicia Day, together with Felicia’s Geek & Sundry, have teamed up to create and auction an original artwork for charitable benefit to the Make A Wish foundation. Camilla’s newest acrylic painting, “Sally Smores A Lot”, is now available at auction here.
Camilla began live-painting “Sally Smores A Lot” during San Diego Comic Con 2016’s “Camp Conival” event, hosted by Legendary Pictures at Petco Park.
“Sally Smores A Lot” is available now at auction for a limited time. 100% of the sales proceeds of this original artwork will go directly to the Make A Wish Foundation, which enriches the lives of children with life-threatening illnesses. You too can place your bid here in support of Camilla and Felicia Day’s Geek & Sundry’s collaborative contribution here.
Exclusive & Limited Editions Now Live
SDCC 2016 exclusive release editions are now live in limited quantities on The Camilla Store. These limited Edition embellished fine art prints & apparel editions will not be re-created, and come in as few as 1-2 pieces each. Collect yours here before they disappear.
New and restocked hand-signed prints are now available on The Camilla Store. Hand-signed print restocks are not frequent, or guaranteed, so collect your favourites while they are available here.
Camilla is presenting another live painting demonstration at Opus Art Supplies: Granville Island location, August 20th from 11am-1pm. Visitors will be treated to techniques and tricks, like ones mentioned in Pop Painting, put into action on a brand new painting!
Registration for Opus’ Granville Island Aug 20th Demo has filled, though waitlist slots are being allotted here for folks interested to view the demo. Seats may be full, but Camilla will be signing books, have limited and event-only prints available for sale after 1pm, with copies of Camilla’s new Pop Painting also available for sale.
Would you like to see Camilla perform a demo, or signing at a shop near you? Suggest to your favourite bookshop or art supply store that you’d like to see Camilla as a guest artist, and it could happen!
Camilla returns to San Diego Comic Con Booth 4723 July 20-24! This year’s SDCC is packed with new releases and Live Programming.
Camilla’s Live Events
Thursday July 21 – Nerd Trivia Challenge Panel 1:30-2:30pm Grand Horton Theater: Nerd Trivia Challenge is a one-hour question based game show featuring three teams of today’s biggest authors competing for the chance to be the champions of nerdy knowledge.
Friday July 22 – Camp Conival Live Painting in PetCo Park 1-3pm: Watch Camilla make a new painting Live in PetCo Park across from the convention center.
Saturday July 23 – Live Painting Holbein Booth 5104 from 10am-11am: Camilla live-paints at Holbein booth. Watch up close, ask questions, and chat while Camilla works on a new painting live.
Sunday July 24 – The Cult of Adult Coloring Books Panel 11:30am-12:30pm Convention Center room #8: Add some “color” to your Comic-Con! Coloring books are all the rage right now, but why? The talented creators of some of the best new adult coloring and activity books discuss the popularity of the form, their pop culture influences, and how to color in and outside the lines. Panelists include Camilla d’Errico (Pop Manga Coloring Book), Brandon Bird (Brandon Bird’s Astonishing World of Art), Jamie Loftus (Adult Coloring Book of Adulthood), and Kenny Keil (Stay at Home Scarface, MAD Magazine). Moderated by Amanda Meadows (The Devastator). Everyone who attends gets free coloring pages!
Goodies & Booth Gifts with Purchase
Camilla is bringing treats for fans at her SDCC booth 4723. Hand-signed postcards will be given as a bonus gift with purchase, 1 per person, every day of the show while supplies last. Many of these images are not available in print any other way, so collect yours while they last.
New original paintings and graphite drawings are coming to SDCC Booth 4723. Each work of art is one-of-a-kind with affordably priced options for original oil paintings beginning from $450usd, so visit early for the most selection.
Camilla releases an SDCC Exclusive edition of Modify Watches. Neapolicorn releases in an edition of 10pcs only, retailing for $75ea. These new watches feature stainless steel backings with gunmetal casings, with removable straps. Once sold out, Neapolicorn watches will not be remade.
A small quantity of signed & numbered Limited Edition 11×14″ Inverse Dream Melt fine art prints from Camilla x KTO Tentacle Crown Kickstarter will be available at Camilla’s SDCC booth 4723. These prints have not been available outside of the Kickstarter, and once the last pieces are sold out, will not be remade. Find this special edition piece, and regular Dream Melt 11×14″ prints, at Camilla’s booth 4723.
Camilla x To Die For Clothing Collab Socks
Camilla and To Die For Clothing have cooked up something amazing together. New all-over-print socks will be available at SDCC. Collect your favourite pair, or the whole set of 4, images. Made of super soft and stretchy poly-blend fabric, these beauties are comfy, breathable and machine washable. Visit Booth 4723 for yours.
New & SDCC Exclusive Apparel
Camilla x Nuvango release a new collection of apparel at SDCC, with something for everyone. New Mens & Womens Tshirts, Ladies Tanktops and Ladies Crop Tops will be available in limited quantities at booth 4723.
Fans online are encouraged to watch for newsletter updates if any pieces remain after SDCC. Make sure you’re subscribed here so you don’t miss out on possible SDCC Exclusive releases available in limited quantities online.
Camilla x Derek Cardigan Limited Edition Glasses Frames
Camilla is bringing limited edition glasses frames from her Clearly.ca / Coastal.com collaboration with designer Derek Cardigan. A limited number of these frames, with Sunglasses lenses or glass for you to fill with your personal prescription, will be available at Booth 4723. Collect your pair directly from Camilla and receive a custom made Camilla art printed glasses cleaning cloth.
Camilla contributes a sweet and savoury new treat to JapanLA Gallery’s 10th anniversay exhibition themed “Super Kawaii Food”. Camilla, along with a bang-up collection of artists, have all chosen delicious morsels to interpret artistically.
Visit JapanLA Gallery for opening reception June 11th, 6-10pm for new original artworks and cute food themed goodies & gift with qualifying purchases. Camilla’s adorable edible is “Rainbow Roll”, a 4×6″ oil on wood panel painting. Email email@example.com for purchase inquiries.
It has been a whirlwind between ECCC and prep for Camilla’s big Solo Exhibition opening at Corey Helford Gallery, but we’d like to say Thank You for everyone’s fantastic turnout and support for ECCC Seattle!
Camilla had a fabulous time signing, visiting, delivering her panel and live painting streamed on Twitch.
Would you like to watch Camilla paint in person, and/or live-streamed on Twitch? Contact your local convention organizers with your thoughts, and it could happen!
A small handful of hand-signed La Capra, Handicat and Badtz Attitude ECCC Exclusive fine art prints are headed to The Camilla Store for release May 1st. Be sure to sign up to Our Newsletter Here for all the release details. We hope to see you next year at ECCC!
Gallery 1988 & Guillermo Del Toro present “In Service of Monsters”, an official tribute show to the worlds and characters of Guillermo Del Toro. If you’re in the Los Angeles area, be sure to mark your calendar for opening night September 11th, 7-10pm.
Camilla has chosen to interpret the character Pan from Pan’s Labyrinth for her contribution to the showing. Camilla’s piece, “La Capra”, is an 8×10″ oil on wood painting.
Visit Gallery 1988 from Opening Night Sept 11 through to Oct 3rd to view “In Service of Monsters”. For purchase inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org