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Behind the Scenes with Camille Rose Garcia

Camille Rose Garcia sent Hi-Fructose some exclusive behind the scenes looks at the creation of her newest illustration work, nothing less that Lewis Carroll's "Alice In Wonderland". Garcia stays true to her traditional oil slick ink work and sordid candy colors but has branched out to embrace watercolors (as opposed to her usual medium of acrylics) for this series of works, to great effect! Camille will be hitting the road to do a west coast book signing tour- as well as an exhibit of the illustrations (and maybe some other goodies) at Merry Karnowsky Gallery in Los Angeles- catch her if you can!

Camille Rose Garcia sent Hi-Fructose some exclusive behind the scenes looks at the creation of her newest illustration work, nothing less that Lewis Carroll’s “Alice In Wonderland”. Garcia stays true to her traditional oil slick ink work and sordid candy colors but has branched out to embrace watercolors (as opposed to her usual medium of acrylics) for this series of works, to great effect! Camille will be hitting the road to do a west coast book signing tour- as well as an exhibit of the illustrations (and maybe some other goodies) at Merry Karnowsky Gallery in Los Angeles- catch her if you can!


“Advice from a Caterpillar”
“A Mock Turtle Story”

“Caucus Race”




-by Kirsten Anderson

Camille Rose Garcia upcoming exhibition and book signings:
March 6th- Merry Karnowsky Gallery, Los Angeles
March 8th- Booksmith, San Francisco
March 11th- Powell’s Books, Portland
March 13th- Roq La Rue Gallery , Seattle

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