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Ebay Art Auction

Last year’s award-winning artists from comics, animation & film are back with original one-of-a-kind pieces of art featuring some of the most iconic Dragons from entertainment and the zeitgeist created especially for this event – that you can own!

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"Empress of the Dream City"

Dan Brereton

Watercolor, 10x14

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"Kitty & Lockheed"

Shawn McManus

Watercolor & Marker, 14x17

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"Clash of tITANS"

Dan Riba

Mixed Media, 8.5x11

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"FIGMENT"

Megan Huang

Marker 9x11

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"Sheng Gong Wu"

Eric Radomski

Ink on Papyrus, 9x12

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"The Legend of Knot Fury"

Chris Kawagiwa

Ink, 8x10

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"Jane Confronts the Dragon"

Martin Baynton

Pencil & Ink 8x10

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"DRAGON BURNS"

Matt Groening

Signed Print, 8x10

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"THE HEARTLESS DRAGON"

Seth Kearsley

Graphite and Ink, 9x13

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"Clash of Kings"

Ralph Miranda

Pencil and Ink, 8.5x11

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"Soaring with the River Dragon"

Trevor Hawkins

Acrylic & Mixed Media, 11x14

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"Enter the Dragon"

Dave Johnson

Pen & Ink, 10x15

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"SMAUG"

Joe Vaux
Acrylic 
 8.5x11.5

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"Thimble Dragon"

Beth Sleven

Colored Pencil, 8.5x11

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"Dragon Lady"

Mike Vosburg

Ink & Colored pencil, 9x12

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"Hello Trogdor"

Shaene Siders

Watercolor, 9x12

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FOCUS 2024

ROHINGYA REFUGEE CRISIS

SITUATION OVERVIEW

WHO: ½ Million Rohingya Muslim Children

WHY: Ethnic cleansing by the military regime in Myanmar

NEEDS: Food, water, medical care including immunizations, education, political rights, child-safe spaces (especially for girls)

 

In 2017 the Myanmar military launched a violent crackdown on Rohingya Muslims in what the UN has described as a "textbook example of ethnic cleansing." The large-scale campaign of killings and other abuses forced over 900,000 Rohingya to flee to neighboring Bangladesh. The United Nations has described the Rohingya as "the most persecuted minority in the world."

 

Over half of these refugees are children.
 

After being exposed to unspeakable violence and brutality, they now face extremely dangerous living conditions in the world's largest refugee camp: disease and malnutrition are rampant, education is woefully inadequate, and abuse, exploitation and gender-based violence are constant threats.


These children and their families, with no legal identity or citizenship, rely entirely on humanitarian assistance.

OUR CALL TO ACTION

Organizations such as UNICEF and the UN Refugee Agency are on the ground to provide water and sanitation; health services including immunizations and the establishment of diarrhoeal treatment centers; support for access to quality education; and prevention and assistance measures for children affected by violence, abuse and neglect. 

 

Currently, according to the UN, their efforts there are underfunded by over 50%

 

Our goal is to raise $50,000 in support of this vital and urgent work.

ALL CHILDREN ARE OUR BUSINESS

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