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My tribute to Lynda Carter's ultimate Wonder Woman, who has influenced my life in so many ways since I was three. I haven't drawn her in quite awhile, and it felt incredible to do this one. I captured what I've been working at capturing for years. This was finished a couple months ago and the time is right to finally share it.
In some very exciting news, I'm looking forward to co-hosting Satin Tights: A Wonder Woman Podcast with Paul K. Bisson and many very special guests, beginning later this summer. It's all about Lynda's Wonder Woman TV series, one episode at a time. It'll be great to really explore this series (celebrating its 40th year!) and this character's impact, and have quite a bit of fun doing it!
16"x20" hand-signed limited edition prints available
100% cotton rag Giclée print: archival paper, archival inks
E-mail for information
Adam West's Batman shakes a mean cape!
I'm feeling inspired after watching the entire Batman TV series on Blu-Ray. The colors, the absurdity, the fashion, the villains, the multi-layered performances, the bad performances, the fun!
10"x12" signed prints available: e-mail for information.
Thank you so much to everyone who came out to celebrate the opening of Oh, My Stars! and to those of you who will be filling your homes with new art! I was thrilled to hear the vivid memories – and to be surrounded by the joy and laughter – that my work brought up.
The exhibit closes Sunday. I'll be there Saturday from Noon-2:00ish hanging out. I hope to see you there...and if you see something you want to take home: even better! Bewitched characters, Wonder Woman, The Golden Girls, Lucy, and many other pop icons from the '60s, '70s, and '80s await!
Maria Neil Art Project – Native Cleveland Annex
15813 Waterloo Road
Cleveland, OH 44110
14"x17" Bristol Board
Pencil, ink, Prismacolor pencils
$250 plus shipping
If you're interested in the piece, you can e-mail or contact me through the contact form on the right.
I penciled and Kevenn T. Smith inked and colored this history of Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman poster in 2002-2003. We've decided to part with the original artwork.
In addition to Lynda's various Wonder Woman and Diana Prince looks, it contains many pivotal characters from the ABC/CBS series: Etta Candy, General Blankenship, Steve Trevor, Andros I, Andros II, The Zardor, Skrill, Joe Atkinson, Eve, IRAC, Rover, Gargantua, Hippolyte (Cloris Leachman), Fausta, Formicida, and Debra Winger as Wonder Girl.
This year, I was named Associate Artistic Director for the revitalized Theater Ninjas, a position that happily allows me to continue freelancing in illustration and design.
As Associate Artistic Director, I aid in the creation and implementation of programming, administrate the education series, perform, design, and write.
I was also instrumental in the rebranding and handle the illustration and design work, under the art direction of Jeremy Paul.
The logo redesign – a collaboration between Jeremy and myself; the final drawn by me – incorporates the shape of the old logo through the abstraction of a ninja mask, while emphasizing the playful, nomadic resourcefulness of the company.
Here it is on our business cards, followed by images I created for the 2012-2013 season:
Marble Cities web banner: photography and design
Marble Cities postcard: photography and design
The Excavation: illustration and design
PRINTS AVAILABLE: http://www.redbubble.com/people/raycaspio/art/4413021-2-wonder-woman-1941-2008
Special thanks to Christie Marston for sharing this photo of the WONDER WOMAN 1941-2008 matted print she ordered, which will be displayed in the Wonder Woman Family Museum. Christie is the granddaughter of William Moulton Marston, the creator of Wonder Woman! The Marston Family is thrilled with the print and I'm so excited and grateful to be a part of their Museum and Wonder Woman's preserved history.
Click here to learn more about the Wonder Woman Family Museum.