Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman is one of the most recognizable female icons in the world.  For the third year in a row, the heroine brandishes her Amazon bracelets as a symbol for a charity benefit for Portland’s most protective domestic violence shelters – Raphael House and Bradley-Angle House – and the Portland Women’s Crisis Line.  Portland’s Mayor, Tom Potter, has declared October 26th as “Wonder Woman Day” and is working with documentary director Andy Mangels, who is also the curator of the online Wonder Woman Museum, to set up the event.

I have donated some art along with over 180 artists from the comic book, newspaper comic strip, animation, and fine art worlds. Original art will be on display at Excalibur Comics and Comic Fusion until the event, and at the Wonder Woman Museum website. The Silent Auction will take place the day of the event. Bidders need not be present to win, however, their bid must be on the bid sheet. Details about PROXY bidding, to allow for off-site bids, will be on the website from October 14-27th.

I just finished a new shadow box and so it should be on the site soon at www.WonderWomanMuseum.com 


I added this second photo to show of the Shadows of the shadow box.


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5 Responses

  1. SHellie says:

    You realize, I clicked over to this post because I thought it was going to be a loving tribute to your wife, who can do it all, be it all, and smile through it all…

  2. Spencer says:

    😀 You are 100% correct, but she doesn’t want me to blog about her.

  3. Jennifer says:

    She looks creepy.

  4. Spencer says:

    she doesn’t look creepy, she’s a superhero! She looks heroic.

  5. Hey what a blog,,,so you take any donations? Just curious?

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