Sarah Surface-Evans is a Lansing-based artist and owner of Downy Tree Art.  Sarah has been painting her entire life, but decided to pursue her dream of being a professional artist in 2017.  Sarah’s two loves are watercolor and fiber art.  She combines these passions by designing fabric and embroidery patterns with her illustrations.  Sarah’s artwork has been featured at the Arts Council of Greater Lansing and other galleries in Michigan.  Her piece “Our Rights” was recently selected for the exhibit “The 19th Amendment at 100: Women's Voices Then and Now” at the Swords into Plowshares Peace Center and Gallery, Detroit, Michigan. Sarah’s installation, with friend and colleague Cortney McLean, “Water is Life” was featured in the 2019 Lansing ArtPath.