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Pop Painting Now In Stores

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It’s here! Camilla’s much-anticipated How To Paint book, “Pop Painting”, is now available online, in stores, and on The Camilla Store here.  Pop Painting delves deeply into the world of Pop Surrealism, where Camilla finds her inspirations, Camilla’s tools of the trade and studio setup, breaking into the industry, and of course, how to paint!

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Perfect for beginners and students, Pop Painting breaks down new media and techniques, provides never-before-seen Work in Progress photos, and stunning full colour images. Readers acquainted with painting may benefit from a look into new “water soluble oils” media, tips & tricks Camilla uses herself, and first-hand industry experience Camilla shares openly. Pop Painting is suitable for readers of many ages, containing no mature themes or artistic nudity. Find your copy here, complete with direct-release exclusive goodies.

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Pop Painting Release Reviews

Are you an arts community blogger, create How-To content for Youtube, or share your creative reviews to art enthusiasts? You may be eligible for a Press copy of Pop Painting for review. Drop us an email at info@camilladerrico.com with your outlet details, we’d love to hear from you!

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Pop Painting Signings

 If you would like to see Camilla deliver a workshop or signing at your local Barnes & Noble, Chapters-Indigo, Comic Shop, or Convention, suggest to the owners & organizers that you would like to see Camilla featured in an Author Event. Camilla may be headed to an event near you!

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