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Original Artwork Coming 10/04/2015 to The Camilla Store

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Camilla has an exciting selection of framed original drawings and original oil paintings coming to The Camilla Store Friday, April 10th, 11am PST. Many of Camilla’s artworks are sold at the gallery exhibitions where they debut, so available originals are few, and are often quick to find new homes. Be sure to sign up to Camilla’s Newsletter here for release details and updates as they become available.

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Pool of Tears – $2300

Available 10/04/2015 here

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Butter Blossom – $2400

Available 10/04/2015 here

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Snowcorn – $2650

Available 10/04/2015 here

Original oil paintings acquisitions may be taken on layaway. Please email info@camilladerrico.com for inquiries.

Framed 5×7″ Drawings

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Daki – $140

Available 10/04/2015 here

Nap Time photo

Nap Time – $135

Available 10/04/2015 here

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Bleached – $135

Available 10/4/2015 here

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Poots – $135

Available 10/4/2015 here

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The Captain – $135

Available 10/04/2015 here

New Signed Prints & Sketched-In Books

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Camilla saved some Neapolicorn 11×14″ Prints from Emerald City Comic Con for fans online, and launches signed versions on The Camilla Store 10/04/2015! Quantities are limited, and restocks of signed prints are infrequent and not predictable, so collect your favourites here.

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Signed Rainbuns 12×12″ prints are coming back into stock 10/04/2015 on The Camilla Store. Rainbuns is one of our most frequently requested signed prints, be sure to collect yours on release here.

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Signed Bubs prints return in limited quantities to the Camilla Store here, April 10th at 11am pst.

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12×12″ Wolfling prints release on The Camilla Store Friday April 10th 11am PST!

Sketched Pop Manga Books

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Camilla has sent a handful of sketched-in Pop Manga books to The Camilla Store for release on Friday April 10th, 11am PST. These books feature an original Camilla drawing in the inside cover. Quantities are limited, and restock opportunities are infrequent, so collect yours during release here.

Limited Edition Nebs Watches

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A very few of Camilla’s Limited Edition ECCC release of Nebs watches are coming to The Camilla Store 10/04/2015 releasing at 11am PST. These Nebs watches will not be re-made or restocked, so collect yours quickly on release! The faces and straps are interchangeable with other Modify sports sized straps and faces, so you can mix & match with your Camilla Beekeeper or Twizzler watches! Collect yours on release here.

Beauty In The Breakdown Preview & Interview

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Beauty In The Breakdown is here! Camilla celebrates 10 years in independent practice tonight at Thinkspace Gallery. It’s serendipitous that Camilla started her practice at age 24, and celebrates it 10 years later with a collection of 24 artworks!

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Exhibition preview is now LIVE here, check out all of Camilla & Sarah Joncas new artworks for the exhibition. Email purchase inquiries to contact@thinkspacegallery.com Camilla is attending opening reception tonight, Feb 28th at Thinkspace Gallery. Limited Edition signed & numbered Fine Art Prints of “Kitty Titties” will release for purchase at opening. If any prints remain after opening, they will be available through thinkspacegallery.com

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“Queen Beeatrice” is one of Camilla’s new oil on wood panel paintings for Beauty In The Breakdown. Superfan Darla shares a poem Beeatrice inspired;

She replaced her heart with honey comb, and filled it with her thoughts. To attract her little honey bees, to fill the empty spots – Darla P.

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Camilla answered some fun and thoughtful questions for Beauty In The Breakdown.

1. When do you get the most painting done? Morning, Noon, Night, Middle of the Night/Morning?
-If you can believe it I’m both a night owl and a morning person so most of my work is done in the am and late late at night. I think I spent a couple of months going to bed at 4am and getting up at 9am while painting some of these pieces. Not much sleep was had, but it was worth it. I never regret my sleepless nights and days because I’m so motivated and inspired that if I had it my way I’d pull two months of all nighters if it wouldn’t kill me.
2. Have you ever accidentally drank or was about to drink the dirty ‘paint’ water?
-Full disclosure….yes…hangs head in shame. I totally dunked my paint brush in my tea and didn’t realize it until I had a sip. Not surprising fact; Holbein Oil paints don’t taste good.
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3. What inspired the direction of your work for the upcoming show?
-This show is my 10yr anniversary show so I spent some time thinking about my journey as an artist over the past decade, from the beginning to present and was really fascinated by the journey my work seemed to take. People reflect who they are in their art and seeing who I was back then and who I am now was something that I wanted to explore. The work is an exploration of the many facets of myself as an artist and person so there is a wide variety of themes rather than one singular one. I equated it to a parfait, there is a layer of playfulness, sadness, romanticism and even the bizarre. Each piece is inspired by a different faction of myself but also a mixture of past and present. I am a hopeless romantic to this day but I’ve changed in 10 years, from a single girl to a married woman. I can look back at my early work and see a lot of themes of unrequited love, heartbreak and passion but rather than repeat that theme I wanted to blend it with who I am now, so its a more mature view about love I think.
4. What other artists work are you ‘fan-girling’ over right now? 
-I am head over heels for Hikari Shimoda right now. I just had a show with her in NYC at Cotton Candy Machine and seeing her work in person was unbelievable. There is so much depth and layers in her work that will blow you away. She’s a total sweet heart so that makes her art that much more beautiful to me. I could look at her work for hours its so good.
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3. What inspired the direction of your work for the upcoming show?
-This show is my 10yr anniversary show so I spent some time thinking about my journey as an artist over the past decade, from the beginning to present and was really fascinated by the journey my work seemed to take. People reflect who they are in their art and seeing who I was back then and who I am now was something that I wanted to explore. The work is an exploration of the many facets of myself as an artist and person so there is a wide variety of themes rather than one singular one. I equated it to a parfait, there is a layer of playfulness, sadness, romanticism and even the bizarre. Each piece is inspired by a different faction of myself but also a mixture of past and present. I am a hopeless romantic to this day but I’ve changed in 10 years, from a single girl to a married woman. I can look back at my early work and see a lot of themes of unrequited love, heartbreak and passion but rather than repeat that theme I wanted to blend it with who I am now, so its a more mature view about love I think.
4. What other artists work are you ‘fan-girling’ over right now? 
-I am head over heels for Hikari Shimoda right now. I just had a show with her in NYC at Cotton Candy Machine and seeing her work in person was unbelievable. There is so much depth and layers in her work that will blow you away. She’s a total sweet heart so that makes her art that much more beautiful to me. I could look at her work for hours its so good.
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5. What motivated you to choose the life/career of an artist? 
-Poor life choices. Ha ha no I’m kidding. The truth is that I always wanted to be an artist since I was a kid. Anyone that knows me knows that even as a kid all I was interested in was drawing and watching cartoons…and dinosaurs. I would have been a paleontologist if I didn’t have such fair skin and burned like a lobster in a pot whenever I’m in the sun for 10 minutes. So I put all my eggs in the artist basket and worked hard to develop my style and career and I love it. I get to be a big kid and its great.
6. What brand of paint so you use? What’s your favorite color and brush right now?
-I get asked this a lot, I use Holbein DUO oils. They are so delightful! I am in love with Ice Green, its like a soft teal that I wish I could just paint my entire house with, it would be so magical.
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7. How long does it take to complete a single piece? Do you work on multiple pieces at one time?
-Honestly it depends on the size and elements in the painting, plus how much energy I have during my painting sessions. I don’t even know how to measure how long it takes sometimes because I can work on a painting for a week from morning till the wee hours of the night. It can take anywhere from a month to a week and a half of hardcore painting and I tend to work on one at a time so it keeps things straightforward in my mind.
8. What creative person; artist, musician, director, family member etc…  has had the most influence or inspired your own artistic voice?
-That’s a HUGE question  like casting a net into an ocean that connects to a lake. I don’t know that I have ONE person that has inspired me the most but rather a cast of characters that I can say have influenced me over the years. If I had to narrow it down to the people who have inspired me to be myself and given me the confidence to express myself freely then I’d say it would be my sisters, my bff and my ever supportive husband. The people who are closest to me have given me the support that I needed to be myself without worrying that I had to edit myself.
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9. What do you know now, that you wish you would have known when first embarking on your artistic career?
I didn’t know that being an artist was also a business. I think with my heart first and my instinct is to just go with the passionate side of art without considering the consequences. It would have been great if I had known to consider the pragmatic side of being an artist I think I would have been better prepared for what it means to be a professional artist now.
10. If your could invite 5 people dead or alive to a dinner party, who would be on your guest list and what’s on the menu?
Oh my gosh…i kinda want to invite a guest list of fictional characters. I’ll answer this in two parts. Real life…hmm…. Leonardo DaVinci, Albert Einstein, Ian Somerhalder, Jane Austin and Cleopatra. I couldn’t imagine a crazier cast for a wildly inspiring dinner party! We’d eat a gigantic Italian meal that is 7 courses of carby goodness and end it with a glass of grappa over gelato. If I could have a dinner party with fictional characters I’d hate Damon Salvatore, Daryl Dixon, Dean Winchester, Mindy Lahiri and Tuxedo Mask. We would eat chinese take out because with that ensemble you know that its a safe bet, but i think by the end of the dinner half of us would be dead. It would be a memorable night thought and that’s what life’s all about afterall.
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Folks in the Culver City area, join Camilla at opening reception tonight at Thinkspace Gallery 6pm-9pm. RSVP here.
View full exhibition preview on Thinkspace Gallery’s Website and email purchase inquiries to contact@thinkspacegallery.com

SDCC 2014 Wrapup

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San Diego Comic Con 2014 was a blast! Thank you to everyone who came out to support Camilla’s new prints, apparel line, merchandise and especially our July Charity Print fundraising for Misha Collins’ Random Acts. There is time to support July’s charity print initiative by making your purchase here.

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Camilla’s SDCC Booth was more full than ever with new art prints, exclusive merchandise, original artwork, limited edition apparel, exclusive giveaway goodies and more. Fans both new and long-time supporters came out to get signatures, hugs, photos, or pick up special things for their collections.

Camilla enjoyed Live Painting at Holbein Paint’s booth, and answered questions about her favourite paints and materials.

Camilla’s Sweets & Treats original painting series SOLD OUT at Comic Con. Thank you to all the supporters and fans who picked up an original, or supported Sweets & Treats by picking up a limited edition miniature print.

A handful of limited edition Sweets & Treats miniature 5×7″ prints will be available on Camilla’s eStore. These prints measure 5×7″, like the original painting dimensions, and are printed on 310GSM Breathing Color paper, signed & numbered in editions of 50pcs only, in sleeves & backings, for $15ea. Be sure to sign up for Camilla’s Newsletter here for release info.

Camilla’s new full-bleed Mugs, double-sided Notebooks and ballpoint pens were a big hit! These goodies make the practical things you use every day artful. A limited amount of mugs, notebooks and pens are on their way to Camilla’s eStore now, stay tuned for release details.

Camilla’s Limited Edition apparel release at this year’s comic con was a big success. Some tshirt styles and sizes are completely sold out. A handful of tshirts and tanktops left from sdcc, some with as few as 1 piece per size in stock, are headed to Camilla’s eStore for August release.

SDCC Exclusive Merchandise like these Gelatotoro and Fukurou pouches are headed in limited quantities to the Camilla Store here.

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A handful of SDCC Edition 16×20″ Art Prints, signed and numbered in editions of 10 pieces only, will release on Camilla’s eStore. These special editions feature The Beekeeper and Strawberry Whispers in a magnificent 16×20″ size.

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Be sure to sign up for Camilla’s Newsletter for details on the availability of these special pieces.

Tanpopo GN 2… Cancelled?

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A reliable source close to Tanpopo and Kuro has revealed the star-crossed couple had eloped this past weekend while Camilla attended Emerald City Comic Con. The newlyweds have disappeared, and cannot be reached for comment.

It would seem plans for Camilla and Boom! Studios Tanpopo Graphic Novel #2 are halted in their tracks, just weeks before international release.

 
 
 
 
 

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Ok, you got us. Tanpopo and Kuro have a whole new story to tell- of love, angst and heartache, in Tanpop GN2. Stay tuned for updates through Camilla’s blog, social media, newsletter and eStore for pre-orders.

Emerald City Comic Con & Charity Print Release


 
 
Camilla returns to Emerald City Comic Con, and has created a new digital painting for ECCC’s “Monsters & Dames” Artbook. Monsters & Dames artbook is an annual publication with proceeds of sales going to Seattle Children’s Hospital. Camilla’s new piece, seen above, is titled Water Dragon Dame.
 

Camilla has decided that to celebrate ECCC weekend and the Monsters & Dames artbook by releasing Water Dragon Dame as an 11×14″ Mini Print on her eStore, and 50% of proceeds of each Water Dragon Dame sold will be donated to Seattle Children’s Hospital. For 2013 Camilla anticipates releasing a new print to coincide with each convention weekend, and will select charities local to the show or close to Camilla’s heart to contribute proceeds to.
 

Watch for updates on this special print release and Camilla’s Emerald City Comic Con Artist Alley details as the show draws nearer. ECCC opens March 1-3rd.

Limited Print with Laminate Most Wanted

 

Sweet Forgotten Things Limited Giclee print with Laminate Media

 

Camilla d’Errico is excited to be featured in the upcoming edition of Laminate Most Wanted Artist Print Edition! Laminate Media shines a spotlight on some of the hottest international contemporary artists, published into a collected edition both on paper and as digital media.

 

Your pr-order of a copy of Laminate Most Wanted comes with a limited edition giclee print of Sweet Forgotten Things! The limited edition will be closed on January 26, closing and setting the edition number.
This Giclee is a standard UK A3 size, measuring approximately 16.5″x11.6″
You can choose a digital or print edition copy with your gift print Here

 

For very special collections, Camilla’s special edition giclee print joins Laminate’s Most Wanted Chronicles Vol1 set including artists FAILE, Ron English, Buff Monster, Kris Kuksi and more. Only 300 box sets will be made internationally, to ship in March, you can find them here.

 

Box Art not final and may change.

Kitty Candies Coming Soon

 

Camilla’s Candy Escape Exhibition piece, Kitty Candies, is soon to be a Mini Print on The Camilla Store!
Camilla’s precious and enchanting pencil drawings give viewers an open insight into her drawing styles, with a combination of soft delicate features and confident lines.

 

Can you name all the Sanrio Characters here?

 

Kitty Candies launches December 5th, along with new Camilla print Jigsaw Puzzles and 2013 Agenda Planners. Just in time for the Holidays!

 

Where The Wild Things Squirm Puzzles will release Dec 5. It even includes a 12×16.5″ Art Poster inside!

 

420 Pieces of Awesome!

 

And get 2013 organized in advance with this chic Agenda Planner

 

Multi-Lingual for English, French and German speakers!

48hr Limited Releases Coming Nov 17-18

 

Starting Saturday Nov 17-18 for 48hrs The Camilla Store will host Limited Edition timed releases of new Fine Art Prints and Mens & Women’s Tshirts.

 

Camilla’s new Fine Art Print, The Dream Melt, will be available for order as a 16×20″ Print on paper for 75$ or 11×14″ print on wood panel for 150$. The edition will close at the closure of the timed release.

 

The Dream Melt will be a Limited Edition Fine Art Print

 

Find The Dream Melt Fine Art Print Here on Nov 17-18.

 

On Nov 17 Camilla’s piece from her Candy Escape exhibition titled “Dusty Bunnies”, inspired by My Neighbor Totoro, will become available as an 11×14″ Mini Print for 20$.

 

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For apparel fans, Camilla will have a selection of Tshirts printed with imagery from her painting Beyond The Rainbow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Camilla’s clothing items are limited releases, and are not re-created in the same way or brought back into stock. So if you’d like to add a special edition to your wardrobe, catch the release when you can!

No Ordinary Love Statue Releases Internationally

Camilla's Fine Art Statue based on her painting No Ordinary Love

 
 

Camilla’s No Ordinary Love Fine Art Statue, a collaboration with Darkhorse Comics and the highly acclaimed Gentle Giant Studios, is now internationally available!

 

The No Ordinary Love Statue stands 8″ tall, meticulously hand-painted to perfection in an edition of 950 pieces worldwide.

 

Camilla’s first bold step into 3D Art creation has been a new and exciting challenge. “As my first statue, and first 3-D render of one of my paintings, it was all a series of firsts for me. I spent a great deal of time going over the details to get the right look. With a series of still images of the 3-D model I was able to visualize so much more of the girl than I had even conceived. Now I had to think about what the back of her dress looked like, what her hair shaped into…it was really neat to imagine her in 3-D space. I’ve never had that before with my paintings.”

 

Camilla discusses more about the Statue release in her new interview with Darkhorse Here

 
 

Camilla's Statue takes on No Ordinary Love 'In the round' as 3D art!

 

Each statue comes numbered with a signed & numbered certificate of authenticity.

 

Where can I get one?

 

Camilla’s No Ordinary Love art statues are available direct from Camilla’s eStore Here. Every order through Camilla’s eStore directly supports her artmaking, and she appreciates every one!

 

The statue may also be ordered through most Comic Book Shops and Hobby shops internationally; Ask your local shop to order through Previews Diamond Direct today.

 

If you have any questions or would like to know more about Camilla’s Fine Art Statue, please drop us a line at store@camilladerrico.com