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Born Free Charity Auction Is Live

Camilla  return to contribute 2 signed prints to Born Free USA’s annual art auction.  Born Free USA raises funds to support keeping wildlife in the wild! You can read more about their mandate and projects here. The auction opens today, and runs until June 29. Place your bids to support a fantastic cause here.

Bambi egg child

Camilla loves animals, and loves supporting the communities that enrich our world. If you have a cause you feel passionately about, feel welcome to share with us at info@camilladerrico.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

 

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.

Artists Help Japan Auction

Toronto’s Illustration and Artistic Community comes together on April 17th in a 12 hour art-event at Revival. The unique event will raise money to aid relief efforts in Japan following the devastating recent earthquake and tsunami there. Bobby Chiu – illustrator, teacher and founder of Toronto’s Imaginism studios is the man behind the Artists Help Japan: Toronto event.

Camilla d'Errico Tanpopo drawing, framed

Camilla has contributed a framed ink drawing for this event and is one of a select pieces available to be bid for online before the event on April 17th.  Click here to bid on Camilla’s piece, or other pieces. A few are below, and are totally awesome:

Bobby Chiu Dodo Bird

'Morning Chill' (Japan Edition) - by Kei Acedera

Geist by Rafael Sarmento
'Geist' by Rafael Sarmento

Spearheaded by a consortium of Toronto illustration studios, the Artists Help Japan: Toronto event is the local iteration of a charity movement begun by Pixar Art Director Dice Tsutsumi. The Toronto edition will feature live art shows, a silent auction, and dozens of artists and illustrators selling commissioned drawings, with all proceeds benefiting the Canadian Red Cross.

Thank you for your interest and for contributing to yet another amazing artist initiative to help Japan.