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Unpredictable Gravity Exhibition Roq La Rue Gallery

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Camilla contributes to Roq La Rue Gallery’s exhibition “Unpredictable Gravity”. Opening January 9th at Roq La Rue, Seattle, “Unpredictable Gravity” showcases works by contemporary fine art painters including osh Keyes, Esao Andrews, Peter Ferguson, Jeremy Geddes, Joao Ruas, AJ Fosik, Brett Amory and many more.

Camilla’s new painting, also titled “Unpredictable Gravity”, revisits large scale portraiture in an 18×24″ oil on wood panel piece. Floating- unpredictably, considering they’re filled with water, are balloons containing Betta fighting fish,restrained only by the antlers of a miniature white deer.

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Unpredictable Gravity opens January 9th, at their new location at 532 1st Ave S. (near King St.). Partial proceeds of artwork sales will be divided and donated to Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, Seattle Children’s Hospital, and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. If you would like to be added to the exhibition preview list please email kirsten@roqlarue.com

Made For Moore Charity Auction


 
 

Made For Moore and Static Medium Photography & Printing are raising relief money for those affected by the Tornadoes which devastated the city of Moore, Oklahoma. Made For Moore are running auctions online through eBay here, as well as raffling off dozens of rare and special artists prints, originals, and prize packs.

 

Camilla has donated prize packs for the raffle that include Tanpopo books, toys, prints that are not available online, and an original framed graphite drawing seen above titled “Feather Bonnet”.

 

These items join generous donations from a list of artists including renowned artist Audrey Kawasaki * A Marq Spusta prize pack * A NC Winters prize pack * 5 original works from Reece Hobbins * An original painting by Yoskay Yamamoto * An original painting by Ken Garduno * Original works by Crowded Teeth * Original illustration cards by Edwin Ushiro * Mystery tubes/prizes from a variety of talented artists such as Mike Mitchell, Leontine Greenberg, Ken Garduno, and many more being raffled off.

 

Raffle tickets are 10$each and drawing takes place after September 18. Raffle tickets may be purchased here, there is no capp on the number of tickets you may purchase and the proceeds will be donated to the relief efforts. If you have any questions, contact info@camilladerrico.com

 

Thanks For A Great SDCC2013!

 

 
 

San Diego Comic Con was filled with fun, fans, friends and fabulous art! Thank you to everyone who came by the booth to visit, get books and prints (and toys!) signed, and find beautiful new prints and items to collect.

 

Good to see Camilla’s Burn make Comic Con and Tr!ckster’s Top Picks for 2013!

 
 

 
 

Camilla was in her booth for the most of the show signing, sketching and connecting with fans. Her Ian Somerhalder cardboard cutout, promoting The Beekeeper charity print fundraising project for Ian Somerhalder Foundation, was a big hit. Ian signed the cutout in endorsement at Warner Brother’s Vampire Diaries Signing on the SDCC show floor!

 
 

 

Photo courtesy of vampirediariesonline.com

 

Endorsed by Ian Somerhalder!

 
 

Fans loved Camilla’s new convention releases and exclusives. The 11×14″ Fukurou Mini Prints Camilla made for SDCC sold out on the first full day of the show! Camilla is planning her next online clothing release, so subscribe here to keep up to date with her limited edition releases.

 

 
 

Helmetgirls Cosplay

 
 

Prominent female cosplayers Meagan Marie and Lisa Lou Who attended Comic Con dressed as Camilla d’Errico paintings. Meagan cosplayed “The Heart” and Lisa cosplayed as “The Egg Thief”. Thank you for stopping by the booth ladies! The crowd swelling around the booth to take photos of Camilla and her cosplayers exceeded 30-40 people.

 
 

 

Lisa Lou Who Photo Courtesy of tested.com

 

Meagan Marie photo courtesy of Elysiam Entertainment

 
 

SDCC Convention Sketches

 
 

Camilla took some sketch commissions for Comic Con, here are some of them. Do you recognize these X-Men? Or should we say, X-Women!

 

 

 

 

 

If you have any questions or comments about Camilla at SDCC, commissions, or her upcoming shows, hit us up at info@camilladerrico.com!

Camilla d’Errico SDCC 2013

 
 

Camilla d’Errico is headed to San Diego Comic Con! Find Camilla at Booth#4723 in the Fantasy Illustrator section where she will be signing and showcasing her fabulous lineup of Comic Con prints, books and merchandise. SDCC is an enormous show, the exhibition hall hours are:

 
 

Wednesday July 17: Preview Night 6-9pm
Thursday July 18: 9:30am-7pm
Friday July 19: 9:30am-7pm
Saturday July 20: 9:30am-7pm
Sunday July 21: 9:30am-5pm

 
 

Prints

 
 

Camilla will have a wide offering of prints. Many of which are new to her Mini Print lineup, or convention-exclusive prints not available online.
Camilla will have prints of her July Charity print image, The Beekeeper. Sales of The Beekeeper prints in the month of July are collected and 50% of proceeds will be donated to the Ian Somerhalder Foundation to assist in animal and ecological conservation initiatives. Read more about Camilla’s July charity print here.

 
 

 

 

 

Camilla has made some Comic Con exclusive prints. Visitors to her booth#4723 can look forward to seeing big beautiful 18×24″ prints of Beyond The Rainbow. As well as 12×12″ prints of her new painting, Bubs!

 
 

 

 
 

Merchandise

 
 

Camilla will have a wide assortment of printed zippered pouches, mousepads, laptop cases, pillows, designer haut totes handbags, and more! Some of these zippered pouches are one-of-a-kind, or printed editions of less than 5 pieces, so they are sure to make for a special convention exclusive pickup.

 
 

 

 

 
 

Books And Comics

 
 

Camilla will have her limited edition cover variation of Marceline And The Scream Queens, as well as a couple of Burn comic sets thought to be long sold out! Find these sweet scores at Booth#4723, along with her new Helmetgirls artbook and Tanpopo hardcover.

 
 

 

 
 

If you have any questions about Camilla’s booth or appearance at San Diego Comic Con, feel welcome to drop us a line at info@camilladerrico.com

Jul 12-14 Timed Release Fukurou Fine Art Print

 


 
 

Camilla’s painting from her recent Spilled Milk exhibition, “Fukurou”, is coming soon as a limited edition Fine Art Print! Camilla’s previous timed release for Fine Art Prints of The Dream Melt was a smashing success, and left collectors asking after it months after its closure. In keeping with the timed release, Fukurou Fine Art Prints will be available to order on Camilla’s eStore for a 60hr period starting at 8am EST. When the sale period completes at 8pm EST Sunday July 14, the edition will be closed and set to the number of orders collected, and not reproduced again.

 

Fukurou Fine Art Prints will 16×20″ prints on heavy stock fine art print paper with archival inks. The prints will be available for 75$ea on Camilla’s eStore here, and come signed and numbered with a certificate of authenticity. The prints will be printed, trimmed, signed and packaged after San Diego Comic Con ends July 21st, and are anticipated to ship in August.

 

Charity Print Release

 
 

 
 

Camilla’s painting The Beekeeper is now available as July’s Charity Print fundraising for the Ian Somerhalder Foundation. For the month of July, 50% of sales proceeds of The Beekeeper prints will be collected and donated to ISF to help with projects like animal shelter construction. You can support ISF and Camilla’s charity print initiative by picking up a print here.

 

If you have questions about Camilla’s release or charity print you can inquire info@camilladerrico.com and sign up to the newsletter for all future release info at http://eepurl.com/Ddxl

July Charity Print for Ian Somerhalder Foundation

 

 
 

Camilla d’Errico has big plans for her July conventions, beginning this weekend at Anime Expo Los Angeles! Camilla’s helpers have set up a beautiful display showcasing new prints, books and merchandise (mentioned here ), and we are pleased to announce July’s Charity Print initiative.

 

Painted for her Spilled Milk Exhibition at Ayden Gallery in June, The Beekeeper expresses Camilla’s concern and empathy for honeybees. Honeybees are increasingly threatened in the wild and are hit hard by things like environmental change, colony collapse syndrome and loss of habitat.

 

The Ian Somerhalder Foundation makes leaps and bounds for conservation and raising awareness about environmental issues- including honeybees. This months’ charity print, The Beekeeper, will be sold online, and at Camilla’s booths at Anime Expo LA and San Diego Comic Con to raise money for donation. 50% of the sale of each Beekeeper print in July will go to the ISF to support their efforts.
You can find The Beekeeper, and support Camilla’s charity print initiative, on her eStore here

 

How else can we help? Show your support by liking and following ISF on facebook, or tweeting @IS_Foundation @helmetgirl

 
 

Anime Expo LA

 

Find Camilla’s helpers, and manager & elder sister AdaPia d’Errico, at AXLA Booth#4723 . The first 100 visitors to the booth will receive a plush specter toy as a special gift!

 

 
 

If you have any questions about July’s charity print, AXLA or how you can help ISF, drop us a line at info@camilladerrico.com

Hear Danielle Roar for Walking For Lions

 

 
 

Lions are magestic and inspirational creatures! Camilla has joined together with Walking For Lions, an organization dedicated to lion conservation, to raise funds for their May Walk. Camilla’s painting image Hear Danielle Roar is now an 11×14″ Mini Print here, and 50% of proceeds of these prints sold in the month of May will be donated to Walking For Lions.

 

Last month we raised $410 for Ocean River Institute, and March’s charity print saw just over 200$ to Seattle Children’s Hospital. Your support with Camilla’s Charity Print efforts are making a difference for organizations that need it!

 
 

Walking For Lions

 
 

 
 

Conservation organizations are finding that official government census numbers for wild lion populations are often not accurate. We have lost more than 75% of our wild lion populations in Africa over the last few decades, and numbers are declining fast. Causes for this vary from losing wild food and available land, encounters with farmers, trophy hunting, and most alarmingly a rise in the human consumption of lion meat and bones.

 

The most important factor of the walk is that we will reach millions of people. We would like to create global awareness locally and internationally and give people something to think about when it comes to various aspects of lion conservation.

– Walking For Lions

 

Your purchase of a Hear Danielle Roar Mini Print here or at Vancouver Comic Arts Festival May 25-26 will see 50% of sales proceeds go to support Walking For Lions. If you have any questions or would like to learn more, you can follow WFL’s website for updates or Like them on Facebook. Or contact us info@camilladerrico.com

 
 

Camilla at Calgary Expo

 

 
 

Camilla is headed to Calgary Expo at the BMO Center on 20 Roundup Way! Find Camilla at tables #15-16 this weekend for brand new prints, her new Helmetgirls artbook, comics, new merchandise and more.
Exhibition hours are

 

Friday April 26- 12pm-8pm
Saturday April 27- 10am-7pm
Sunday April 28- 10am-5pm

 

This month Camilla is fundraising with the charity print Superficial Substances, 50% of proceeds will go to Ocean River Institute. We’ve already sold lots of prints online and at FanExpo Vancouver, let’s keep it going!

 
 

 
 

New Prints

 

Camilla has a lineup of new prints 11×14″ Mini Prints for Calgary Expo, here are just a few.

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 

Find Camilla at tables #15-16 for these and more! If you have any questions feel welcome to email info@camilladerrico.com

Thanks For A Fantastic FanExpo Vancouver!

 

Camilla & Sarah who brought her Camilla x Disney Stitch Toy

 
 

Vancouver Fan Expo was a huge success this past weekend April 20-21, thank you to everyone who came to visit Camilla’s tables, and to all Camilla’s newfound fans and friends. Fan Expo Vancouver has grown since it’s debut year in 2012, with the Exhibition Hall more than doubled in size and completely packed with attendees.

 

Camilla launched a whole lineup of new Mini Prints for Fan Expo Vancouver, including a much-anticipated release of her Candy Escape paintings in 11×14″ Prints. Stay tuned for online release details on Camilla’s eStore.

 


 
 

 
 

Beyond The Rainbow released in 11×14″ Size

 
 

 
 

Camilla sold quite a few of her new Superficial Substances Mini Print, which we remember is this months’ Charity Print fundraising for Ocean River Institute. 50% of proceeds of Superficial Substances prints sold this month will be donated to ORI, who work on projects such as helping freshwater dolphins and fighting legislation that allows farmers nitrogen runoff to pollute rivers. You can help too by picking one up here.
 

 
 

Camilla’s next convention she’s headed to is Calgary Entertainment Expo where she will be at tables B15-16 with brand new prints, merchandise, her new Helmetgirls Artbook & Giveaway print, and more! You can RSVP to the Facbook event here!

Camilla d’Errico Joins Nikkei Center’s Bloom Fundraiser

 

 
 

A short distance outside of Vancouver, in the neighboring city of Burnaby, is the Nikkei National Museum and Cultural Center. Camilla has supported the Nikkei center’s art exhibitions and charity print auctions in the past, and returns this year for Nikkei Museum’s Kokeshi Project.

 

Camilla’s oil & acrylic painted 4″ wooden Kokeshi doll, Little Betty Blue Bell, may be previewed here. Little Betty Blue Bell will go up for silent auction through the Nikkei Museum’s Bloom show opening April 25th, with a starting bid of 50$. All proceeds benefit the Nikkei Museum and Cultural Center.

 

 
 

Little Betty Blue Bell may be a special opportunity for you to add an oil painting of Camilla’s to your collection, while benefitting Nikkei Center’s cultural and educational community programs! If you would like to learn more about the Nikkei Center or inquire a bid for Camilla’s piece, contact The Nikkei Center.