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Mike Ryerson’s famous Expose Yourself to Art poster with local pub owner Bud Clark flashing new controversial statue Kvinneakt.
Bud Clark pitching for the Portland Beavers
The Goose Hollow Inn on SW Jefferson.
Whoop Whoop was the curious cheer, of a colorful barkeep near here, this common taxpayer, served two terms as mayor, then returned to his former career.
Clark etching by cartoonist Matt Wuerker for TriMet.
Bud was leading a Expose Yourself to Art Pedalpalooza bike ride June 20th 2013.
Aimee and Bud in 2013 on an Pedalpalooza bike ride.
Scott and Bud biking in the Gorge. The PDXccentric team have both been lucky enough to get to ride with Bud.
Brass Plaque honoring Bud Clark. The plaque is located under the Burnside Bridge at the Skidmore Light-rail station on 1st st and you will find a duplicate of this plaque in the Montgomery Park building on the 3rd floor.
Bud Clark plaque on 2nd florr of Montgomery Park building
Bud’s old tavern Spatenhaus. The bar and the entire neighborhood was demolished for the Urban Renewal District. Spatenhaus was where the Keller Fountain is now.
Mayor’s Ball poster of Bud Clark by artist Henk Pander.
T shirt Bud was wearing under the jacket when he exposed himself to art for the famed poster which was a scheme to raise money for a public health campaign to fight STDs.
zap the clap – from eBay
Bud Clark Commons on NW Broadway