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 firstname.lastname@example.org for purchase inquiries.
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A Cutepocalypse is brewing! Clutter Gallery hosts “Cutepocalypse”, a group exhibition bringing together all sorts of adorable contributions. Opening reception will take place June 13th at Clutter Gallery.
Camilla contributes a framed graphite drawing, “Happy Feet”, which will be available through Clutter Gallery starting June 13. Sign up for the electronic exhibition preview here.
Did y’all see this video I posted on Youtube the other day?! It’s the Making of Kuro Glass Charms. With a little funky music to follow along as Neacol Miller of Bling Squared fires up a Kuro Charm!
Kuro Glass Charms are available on the ONLINE STORE and they are only $30, and come with a necklace and a cell charm strap. Each one is completely unique of course, and we’ll only ever make 250, as the signed and numbered certificate of authenticity will attest!
It’s no surprise that I’m a romantic at heart … it’s even in my bio … out there for the world to see. I express my deep seated love of love in my paintings, especially. Since I’m already excited about Valentine’s Day, I wanted to share with you that we’ve just put up a whole NEW COLLECTION of accessories and gifts that make perfect Valentine’s Day presents (even to yourself!). Bracelets, lockets, lace pendants … CLICK EACH IMAGE FOR MORE DETAILS!
Victorian Oval Bracelet, coated in Black Epoxy. It is a colorful, lively and beautiful everyday accessory. The bracelet has art images: Cotton Candy Curly Cue, Iguana, Rascal, Ophelia and Unwavering Hearts.
– bracelet measures 8″
– Metal parts are lead-free, nickel-free and plated in sterling silver and all items are handmade in the USA by Classic Hardware.
– Price $60 USD
Carry a locket and keep photos or other special keepsakes with you always. This large brass locket hangs from a silver plated chain with gold plated beads.
– Made in the USA by Classic Hardware
– Locket measures 2″ x 1/2″
– Price $60 USD
Oval silver pendants wrapped with soft hand-dyed lace, hung from a long silver chain. Encased in transparent resin lies one of the 3 original paintings chosen for the series.
Pendant Dimensions: approx 3x4cm
Chain Length: approx 75cm
Price $55 USD
These lace pendants, along with the Wood Necklaces we released at Christmas, are made by artisan Laya Bosman, in Australia for her company, Trinket Jewellery.
And if you would like something extremely special and valuable, Laya also makes sterling silver and gold plated pendants and rings using these three images. She calls the collection, Alchemists’ Muse. Please email her for details.
Happy Friday! Remember the Zombuki doll inspired by my Disassembled Tears image that appeared in the blogosphere a few months ago? Well that lovely doll was thanks to it’s equally lovely creator, Brigitte and her wild imagination. We both loved the doll so much (as did the person who bought it for their collection) that we thought — another?
This time the doll is mine all mine! We went with the inspiration from No Ordinary Love, and Brigitte set off to do her doll making magic. Here are a few work in progress shots, and then the final! I’m thrilled with how it turned out and can’t wait to have it at home with me.