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Camilla d'Errico

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20140331163339-beekeeper_sm2
Beekeeper © Camilla d'Errico
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Dragon's Heart © Camilla d'Errico
20140331163545-unpredictablegravity_fullsm1
Unpredictable Gravity © Camilla d'Errico
Canadian_tiger
Canadian Tiger, 2010 Oils on Wood 18x24 © camilla d'errico
20140331163546-thedreammelt
The Dream Melt © Camilla d'Errico
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Bubs © Camilla d'Errico
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Zebra Milk, November, 2010 Oils on Wood Panel 30x 15 © camilla d'errico
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Where the Wild Things Squirm, November, 2010 Oils on Wood 16 X 20 © camilla d'errico
Unwaveringhearts
Unwavering Hearts, December 2008 Oils and Acrylics on Wood 14 X 18 © camilla d'errico
Nestingmayhem
Aida, July 2008 Oils on Wood 20 X 30 © camilla d'errico
Quintetto_small
Quintetto, July 2008 Oils and Acrylics on Wood 24 X 12 © camilla d'errico
Royaleggwatchersm
Royal Egg Watcher, October 2008 Oils and Acrylics on Wood 14 X 18 © camilla d'errico
Iguana
Iguana, October 2008 Oils on Wood 22 X 36 © camilla d'errico
Themilkfountain_small
The Milk Fountain, October 2008 Oils on Wood 22 X 36 © camilla d'errico
Weepingswans
Weeping Swans, February 2008 Oils and Acrylics on Wood 24 X 8 © camilla d'errico
Darko_1_
Little Dress Up Doll, August 2008 Oils on Wood 16 X 20 © camilla d'errico
Furcarnivale
Fur Carnival, January 2008 Oils and Acrylics on Wood 12 X 24 © camilla d'errico
Mousecigar
Mouse Cigar, January 2008 Oils and Acrylics on Wood 24 X 8 © camilla d'errico
Lions_and_lambs
Lions and Lambs, March 2008 Water Soluble Oils on Wood 14x22 © camilla d'errico
No_ordinary_love
No Ordinary Love, March 2009 Water Soluble Oils on Wood 18x22 © camilla d'errico
Loveless_bird
Loveless Bird, March 2009 Water Soluble Oils on Wood 22x14 © camilla d'errico
Rainbow_fingers
Rainbow Fingers, March 2009 Water Soluble Oils on Wood 22x18 © camilla d'errico
Silence_of_the_lamb
Silence of the Lamb, March 2009 Water Soluble Oils on Wood 22x14 © camilla d'errico
Hellomykittyland
Hello My Kitty Land, September, 2009 Oils on Wood © camilla d'errico
Playfulbunny
Playful Bunny, February 2010 Acrylics on Canvas 16x16 © camilla d'errico
Overturesofgrace
Overtures of Grace, September, 2009 Oils on Wood © camilla d'errico
Pinktwinrainbow
Pink Twin Rainbow, september, 2009 Oils on Wood © camilla d'errico
Upside-downmirror
Upside Down Mirror, September, 2009 Oils on Wood © camilla d'errico
Theforgemachine
The Forge Machine, 2010 Oils and Acrylics on Canvas 56x74 Cm © camilla d'errico
Theplane
The Plane, 2010 Oils and Acrylics on Canvas 44x29 Cm © camilla d'errico
Theheart
The Heart, 2010 Oils and Acrylics on Canvas 36x26 Cm © camilla d'errico
Thehelicopter
The Helicopter, 2010 Oils and Acrylics on Canvas 66x38 Cm © camilla d'errico
20101203161352-aida
Aida, 2008 Oils and Acrylics on Wood 20 X 30 Inches © camilla d'errico
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Pink Birthday Cake, 2008 Oils and Acrylics on Wood 20 X 30 Inches © camilla d'errico
20101203170208-weeping_framed_sm
The Weeping Camel, 2010 Oils and Acrylics on Wood 32 X 21 Inches © camilla d'errico
20101203171204-the_egg_picnic
The Egg Picnic, 2008 Oils and Acrylics on Wood 30 X 20 Inches © camilla d'errico
Quick Facts
Lives in
Vancouver, BC Canada
Works in
Vancouver, BC Canada
Tags
gallery, camilla, d'Errico, pop surrealism, Helmetgirl pop, figurative, exhibition/performance
Statement

Camilla d'Errico became an artist via a very unusual route: comics. She first was attracted to comics in high school where she was constantly drawing dragons and sexy girls for fun. Passion and practice pushed her forward, and she now has a thriving career in comics. But that was only the beginning...

Camilla was soon drawn to producing fine art. Her work is characterized by an inner complexity that spans the full array of human emotions and always manages to touch the soul. One thing can be counted on - every painting she does has at least three, four, or more emotions simultaneously radiating through her compelling imagery. This emotional richness is one of her hallmarks, and is one of the reasons she has developed such an ardent following.

Camilla is part of what may be the first art movement in Western history where women are not second-class citizens, but may even have an edge in the mind of the public when it comes to capturing the essence that is woman.

The thriving culture of innovative and emotionally evocative art that sprang up so forcefully in Los Angeles five years ago and which has now spread internationally was quick to embrace Camilla's work. She has had the good fortune of selling out every large and small show she's been in, over twenty by now, in galleries in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Seattle, Vancouver, and elsewhere.

Her next few years are already filled up with high profile shows in galleries the world over, and collaborations with a variety companies and artistic industries. Of late even Hollywood has come calling. Camilla is outgoing, a real "people person," and thus breaks all stereotypes of the shy, antisocial artist. She's got a definite zing, and emanates an upbeat passion for friends, family, art, and life -- but these qualities always walk hand in hand with her very evident profound and insightful side. It's a duality that permeates her paintings. There's always a piece of her heart, and perhaps all our hearts, in every one.

Camilla offers items and occasionally original pieces for sale through store.camilladerrico.com

And exhibits through numerous galleries including
Thinkspace Gallery http://thinkspacegallery.com
 
Recent Shows
Tokyo Art Fair 2014,
Winter Is Coming Exhibition - Ltd. Gallery Seattle
Thinkspace LA Art Fair 2014
Unpredictable Gravity Exhibition - Roq La Rue Gallery Seattle
 

Upcoming Shows

Spectrum Fine Art Live Featured Guest Artist - May 2014
Tiny Trifecta - Cotton Candy Machine Gallery - June 2014
NYCC Exhibition - Cotton Candy Machine Gallery - October 10, 2014
Nightmare In Wonderland Exhibition - The Ayden Gallery - November 2014