Rather than let a senseless murder mark the end of two vibrant life stories, a group of local artists are coming together to honor the memory of Sarah & Susan Wolfe by creating charity artwork inspired by these women’s lives and passions. On February 6, 2014, both women were murdered in their East Liberty home. Sarah was a psychiatrist focusing on children’s development. Susan held degrees in education and worked as a child care provider. Both women were active in the Pittsburgh community, and they are sorely and deeply missed.
The resulting artwork is debuting on May 30 as Wolfepack Goods, a series of limited-edition pieces of t-shirts, stationery, ceramics, and more. All of the artwork is made by individuals who knew or cared about the Wolfe sisters and are inspired by some of their favorite things: children, animal welfare, female empowerment, and more. All of the artists involved have donated their time, materials, and creativity.
All proceeds from Wolfepack Goods will be donated to Girls Rock! Pittsburgh. This local group, inspired by national Girls Rock charters, stages empowerment-through-music camps for young girls here in Pittsburgh.
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