Join us Saturday, August 22nd for a screening of Dear & Yonder, a surf film about daring ladies united by the sea. We will also be celebrating the release of filmmaker Tiffany Campbell's "Pippi Pots"!
Event starts at 7:00, screening begins at 8:00!
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5TH, 3 PM
EMAIL INFO@SAWYERSUPPLY.COM TO SIGN UP. Please include name, contact info, and number of spots to reserve.
SPACE IS LIMITED!
DIY @ Sawyer: Arts & Surfcraft
Sunday August 2nd, 2 pm- 6 pm
Shape your own wooden handplane!
Start with a solid cedar blank and design and shape your own bodysurfing craft!
We'll provide all the tools and guidance, all you need to bring is stoke!
Tuition is $95, which includes blank, recycled hand strap system, use of tools and our shaping table!
Space is limited, reserve a spot at http://www.grainsurfboards.com/stories/info/paipo-handplane
For more info, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org”
Don't miss a very special Sawyer Screening of "Beyond the Surface", the amazing story of female surfers taking to the waves in India.
May 1st, 6:30 PM @ Sawyer. See you there!
F.J. ANDERSON ART OPENING @ SAWYER
Join us as we celebrate the work of local artist F.J. Anderson. His paintings are on display now at Sawyer, but we'll be doing an official opening party the evening of Saturday 2.21. 6 pm to 9 pm.
TO THE SEA - above and below -
November 22 6p - 9p
Please join us this Saturday, November 22nd, from 6 -9 pm to welcome photographer Chris Burkard. The walls of Sawyer will be transformed taking you on a visual journey from the underwater world of Tahiti to surfing in the Arctic.
We will be releasing our 2nd annual camp mug in collaboration with Verve Coffee.... FILL IT UP and use it at the event as we will have special beverages on hand from Verve and Sawyer.
As always, it's GOoD TimES & GoOd PeOpLe.
**New Sawyer Goods will be released at event**
Please join us May 10th from 6-9 PM to see a new collection from Jeremiah Kille. His work will be displayed May and June and all will be available for purchase. I am very excited about this collection...you will see COLOR! COLOR! COLOR! just in time for summer...
Jeremiah’s work is both inspired by and investigative of finality. Exploring themes of nature and coexistence, he employs a multitude of stylistic approaches which range from loosely abstracted to highly rendered objects. These differing image styles are generally coexisting in a single piece thus creating a juxtaposition of reality and surrealism. He is best known for his narrative work that depicts themes of disenfranchised circus elephants, yet this is only a portion of his already developed, and collected, body of work.
Jeremiah Kille is a native of Santa Cruz, CA who began his career as a custom surfboard builder with strong communal ties to surf & skate culture. He would go on to receive a BFA from San Jose State and currently pursues painting at his studio full time.