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Deborah Ann Woll portrayed as Lady in Red by artist Steve Cleff for Charity Auction

Deborah Ann Woll portrayed as Lady in Red by artist Steve Cleff for Charity Auction

The fundraising for a cure for Choroideremia continues. EJ Scott will run his 8th marathon out of 12 next weekend and on The Vault we are saying goodbye to True Blood Season 5 with a very special season finale auction.

Earlier this year we were contacted by Philadelphia based artist Steve Cleff, a big fan of True Blood and Deborah Ann Woll. He offered to paint Deborah’s portrait in support of the Choroideremia Research Foundation. We are proud and honored to present Steve’s work today: Deborah Ann Woll as Lady in Red.


About the artist:

Steve Cleff is a portrait artist who specializes in watercolors, he has a BFA in Illustration from Syracuse University and his work has been exhibited in Philadelphia, New York, and Honolulu. He lives near Philadelphia, PA with his wife Tricia and their son Patrick. You can see his work at

To be a positive role model for his son, Steve looks for worthy causes to support by donating portraits of entertainers. Inspired by the kind spirit and beauty of Deborah Ann Woll and the heroic efforts of EJ Scott to raise money for a cure for Choroidermia, Steve asked the Vault if he could donate a portrait of Deborah to help contribute.


Deborah would like to show you the painting herself. The following video was shot at the Vault HQ.



Visit the auction listing and place your bid:

The auction ends on August 26, 2012.


Deborah Ann Woll
Deborah Ann Woll by Steve Cleff


For more information about the CRF visit
E.J.’s website:

Written by Shadaliza

Shadaliza loves the Internet, film and TV shows, writing, running websites and charity fundraising; she has found the perfect combo in the fansites to express her creativity and passion. Shadaliza is Dutch, but has lived in Italy for many years and works as Marketing Executive for an Internet hosting company.