Show Your Support for Healing Appalachia - merch through Lewisburg Surf Shop

The Capsule Collection supporting Hope in the Hills’ Healing Appalachia concert is the second collaboration between Lewisburg Surf Shop and artist Sarah Anne Graham. Sarah’s art, rooted in nature, explores human environment dynamics, including opioid synthesis from natural sources and the devastation the opioid epidemic has caused not only in West Virginia, but the entire nation. 
The Capsule Collection focuses on Sarah’s iconic imagery translated into hand block prints:  
Black Bear: The State Animal of West Virginia symbolizing innocence
and onlooker.
Isabella Tiger Moth: symbolizes fragility and addiction. WV folklore holds that the relative amounts of brown and black hair on the caterpillar indicate the severity of the coming winter.
West Virginia Timber Rattler symbolizing redemption healer/healed
Rhododendron: State Flower of West Virginia symbolizing beauty and grit
Northern Red Spotted Salamander: a species that acts as a barometer in the health and biodiversity of an environment.
Tablet and Capsule: Symbolize oxycodone and natural painkillers like Kratom as West Virginia leads the nation in overdose deaths

All Merchandise will be available at The LSS Pop UP at The Healing Appalachia Festival and on with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Hope in the Hills.

The hand blocked jeans were hand printed by Sarah and hand embroidered by Brooklyn based artist Ramell - Correen Frederick of Tattoo'd Cloth.

Project Rebound Community Voices: Phoenix Art Installation ~ June 2023

Working with students in the Project Rebound program at Cal State Stanislaus, the Phoenix sculpture was made as a symbol of the program and its students.  Each feather in the sculpture is hand stamped using traditional metal tooling techniques from Pre-Columbian art traditions to modern day LatinX artwork, such as Hojalatas.  Each feathers words come from a student in the program, as advice, a poem, or a reflection, as part of the purpose of the artmaking and for future students to look at.  
The sculpture was part of a masters thesis/project in art/education at Cal State Stan.  June 12th, 2023 the final Phoenix sculpture was installed in the university's Project Rebound student Lounge.

Support Women's Health Center of West Virginia (artwork from MAK series used) - see link to merch to donate:

Making A Killing Series - book proceeds to Red Feather Opioid Coalition and exhibits  

Mini Book of Making A Killing: an art series about opioids, climate change and public health is out as of December 22nd 2022.  Half the proceeds of the purchase of book goes towards the Red Feather Opioid Coalition here in Tuolumne County, CA to help youth effected by opioid addiction.

Bucket Head Girl made an appearance at the annual Handmade Parade in Jamestown, CA on October 8th, helping children and families create their own bucket heads to march in :)

Limited series prints from Making A Killing available at upcoming event in WV, to benefit the Women's Health Center of WV in August of 2022.

Making A Killing: Naloxone is featured in New Appalachia Exhibit at Vestige Concept Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA - Opening Reception April 30th 2022.

Making A Killing: Fentanyl and Hard Pill to Swallow:Cocas Forms will be on display in the Pharmacopeia group exhibit being held in Louisville, KY at the Chateau Gallery throughout the month of July, 2021.

Making A Killing: Sacklers will be featured in the Edward A. Dixon Gallery's exhibition titled We're ALL Doing It Wrong, in Dayton, OH opening May 8th through July 31st.

Hard Pill to Swallow: Cocas forms will be featured in the Sanchez Art Center's Left Coast Annual Juried Exhibition,  in Pacifica, CA opening April 9th, through May 16th.

Making A Killing: Naloxone will be featured in Women In Art: 2021 online through the Las Lagunas Art Gallery March 4th to March 27th.

Making A Killing:  1 Sacklers will be featured in the Inaugural Justice Arts Coalition Exhibit opening with a musical event February 26th, 2021.  More information to come.

Lady in the Water 1 will be featured in the Artists Who Teach National Juried Exhibit online through the Ellington-White Gallery based in Fayetteville, NC in November - December 2020.

Queens of the Mines selected works and prints available at Columbia Mercantile 1855 in Columbia Historic State Park, Columbia, CA.

Intro to Relief Printmaking Workshop, October 18th from 5:30 to 9pm, 2019 at House O'Beauty.  

LIFE CYCLES, House O'Beauty, Sonora, CA - October 1 - 31, 2019.  Opening Reception: Saturday, October 12th 5pm to 9pm.  

BUCKET HEAD GIRLS: animals, objects and travels by Sarah Anne Graham, UTLTRN Design in Sonora, CA - February 9th to May 8th, 2019.  Opening Reception: Saturday, February 9th at 5pm.

BUCKET HEAD GIRLS, new works by Sarah Anne Graham, UTLTRN Design in Sonora, CA - Saturday, April 14th to May 9th, 2018.  Opening Reception: Saturday, April 14th at 5pm.

Participating artist in NASTY WOMEN Sacramento Exhibit, Verge Center for the Arts, Sacramento, CA, June 17-19, 2017.

BUCKET HEAD GIRLS show in Sonora, CA at Utilitarian Design and Print Shop.  Opening Second Saturday, April 15th at 5:30pm, 2017.  Closing Reception with special musical guest Minor Birds on Saturday, May 13th.



Sarah Anne Graham