It’s finally here! Roma Cartoon Festival is on and I’m all set up at Guido Reni. I have artbooks, prints, tote bags, one of a kind scarves, hand made jewelry and more! I’ve decorated my exhibition room to be a rainbow wonderland and I hope you get the chance to visit me here!
My Live Painting has been moved to Saturday at 4pm on the Main Stage. I’ve brought a new painting-in-process with me so come visit and watch me work on it in person!
I’ve got awesome news! My super Etsy Coordinator Asami is on social media for The Camilla Store on Etsy! There are so many goodies and fun behind-the-scenes things to share, so she’s going to post those to The Camilla Store on Facebook here, Instagram and twitter @thecamillastore This’ll mean I can share art on my main accounts, and if you want all the details about my goodies and releases, you can follow them on @TheCamillaStore !
Asami helps answer Etsy messages and does the shipping for orders, so you can ask her questions directly on social or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org ! Just take a look at some of these treasures that are coming to The Camilla Store on June 30! Asami is going to be sharing more peeks at them as we get closer to release day, so make sure you follow @thecamillastore !
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.
Participating artists include:
Jennybird Alcantara, Jaclyn Alderete, Erin Anderson, Glenn Arthur, Jasmine Becket-Griffith,Kelsey Beckett, Chris Berens, Daniel Bilodeau, Graeme Balchin, Lauren Brevner, Jana Brike,Troy Brooks, Leilani Bustamante, Saturno Butto, Dorielle Caimi, Sandra Chevrier, Colin Christian, Young Chun, Sam Wolfe Connelly, Fin Dac, Vanessa Dakinsky, Sheri De Bow, Camilla d’Errico, Julia de Ville, Julie Filipenko, Michael Foulkrod, Alex Garant, Derek Gores, Mab Graves,Chris Guest, Handiedan, Hush, Sarah Joncas, Caia Koopman, Marie Larkin, Joshua Lawyer,Edith Lebeau, Tracy Lewis, Sergio Lopez, Mahlimae, Alessandra Maria, Pippa McManus,Menton3, Philip Munoz, Tran Nguyen, Cate Rangel, Conrad Roset, Popovy Sisters, Tatiana Suarez, Ania Tomicka, Tatyana Trifonova, Brian M. Viveros, Redd Walitzki, Helice Wen, Zoe Williams, Pamela Wilson, Bec Winnel, Hannah Yata, Chie Yoshii, Kate Zambrano
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:
For original artwork inquiries for Femme to Femme Fatale, please contact Modern Eden Gallery.
Something sweet indeed is happening in Camilla’s studio for San Diego Comic Con July 23-27. Camilla’s Sweets & Treats original painting series is underway! 9 new original oil paintings on 5×7″ wood panel will be featured and available at Camilla’s SDCC Booth 4723. These WIPs have just been spotted. A flower owl, “Flowl”, pictured above. And the fuzzy beginnings of a little Totoro-inspired critter.
Sweets & Treats will be featured live at Camilla’s SDCC Booth 4723, keep an eye out on her Facebook, Instagram @camilladerrico , Twitter @helmetgirl and Tumblr/DA for more Sweets & Treats.
Camilla is headed to Phoenix for the first time, to attend Phoenix Comic Con as a special guest artist! Find Camilla at booth 2036-2038 for new books, prints, comics, and merchandise.
Exhibition Hours are
Thurs June 5- 4pm- 9pm
Friday June 6- 10am-7pm
Saturday June 7- 10am-7pm
Sunday June 8- 10am-6pm
Camilla will have brand new copies of Tanpopo Graphic Novel 2, it comes in a decorative slipcase and is over 90pages longer than GN! Inspired by literary works from Edgar Allan Poe, Shakespear, and 1001 Arabian Nights, things take a decidedly darker turn…
Camilla is bring a lineup of prints, some favourites and some convention exclusives, to phoenix comic con. You’re not going to get Pom Pom Kitty Pie online, so drop by booth 2036-38
Camilla will have convention exclusive merchandise like zippered pouches, artblocks not available on The Camilla Store, apparel and laptop cases.
Word is that something else brand new is debuting at Phoenix Comic Con
If you’re in the Phoenix AZ area, say Hi to Camilla at Phoenix Comic Con! You can RSVP to her Facebook event here.
On Friday May 16th, The Melting Mind launches as a 48hr Timed Release fine art print. This painting has a special significance to Camilla, and while she doesn’t want to play favourites- this one just can’t be helped.
Camilla has some photos to share of her process creating The Melting mind, from start to finish.
The painting begins with a wood panel, sanded and sketched with an outline of the figure. Some paint is applied as guidelines,
Layers go into the figure in the shaded areas, and the lightened areas.
Many thin layers are built up
Solid colours are added with Holbein acryla gouache
The layers of gouache may look improvisational, but work to a purposeful creative plan. Lights and darks alternate, creating radiating waves of colour.
Delicate layers of colour tint areas in the figure, creating soft blush and shadow.
The background is sometimes painted in the later stages.
You can add The Melting Mind to your collection starting May 16th at 9AM PST here on Camilla’s eStore.
Camilla is working on a new painting commemorating a special occasion- Camilla is getting married! Camilla and her finance are working on a painting collaboratively to celebrate their upcoming wedding. We can see so far there’s a female and a male figure, with lovebirds. Very romantic!
Stay tuned for a full painting reveal here, or through Camilla’s Facebook.
Ayden Gallery in Vancouver is hosting an exciting new exhibition opening June 14. Camilla will be featured alongside artists Kristian Adam, Peter Ricq and Lani Imre.
Camilla is working on a series of 10 brand new paintings for the exhibition. Camilla’s most recent previous painting series, created for The Candy Escape Exhibition made a big splash among fans and the art world with her hauntingly beautiful surreal portraiture. From the looks of Camilla’s Work-In-Progress photo, this painting series will blow us away!
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It’s so exciting to finally release the alternate cover image to the Grant Morrison documentary ‘Talking with Gods’ to all the fans online! We teased a picture of the cover as a work-in-progress a couple of weeks ago, but now you can see the final image below!
The image has already been making its way around the Internet, covered on awesome blogs like Super Punch and Dangerous Minds, and featured in the excellent interview with Camilla on the pop-culture website Guttersnipe.
If you’re attending San Diego Comic-Con, the alternative cover edition of the DVD will be available at the Halo-8 booth (M-03) in the Small Press area, and you can find Camilla at booth 4723.
“I was really excited to have Camilla do this cover, and it turned out better than I could have imagined. This is the perfect representation of Grant’s mind.” -‘Talking with Gods’ director Patrick Meaney