Pop surrealism artist hosting workshop in Langley this weekend

Join artist Camilla d'Errico at Opus in Langley to learn proper techniques for painting pop surrealism.

Artist Camilla d'Errico is hosting an exclusive workshop at Opus in Langley this Sunday (May 29).

Art aficionados in Langley have an opportunity to meet an industry leader in pop surrealism this Sunday (May 29).

Camilla d’Errico, who is also a best selling comic book author, is hosting an exclusive artist workshop at Opus, 95-5501 204 St., from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

With the legendary Stan Lee, Emma Roberts, Felicia Day, Neil Gaiman and even pop stars Avril Lavigne and Britney Spears among her biggest fans, d’Errico’s luscious and thought-provoking artwork has caused a stir over the past decade. Her signature approach to pop surrealism creates an inviting world of beauty, enchantment and playfulness.

In the workshop, d’Errico will focus on techniques used to create pop surrealist styles using Holbein Duo Oils. After a brief history lesson on the pop surrealism art movement, d’Errico will demonstrate her techniques for prep work, blending and medium mixing and application of paint.

Space is limited and registration is required. Please visit Opus Langley or contact them at 604‑533‑0601 to register.

For more on  d’Errico, visit her website http://camilladerrico.com/.

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