We are raising money for the preservation of the tree pieces and student projects. Maya Lin parent and talented printmaker, Carrie Sheret has created a series of 9 high-quality ink prints on heavy cotton paper. These original prints are available for sale and some will be auctioned off. One original print will be donated to the school. One print was scanned and we are selling copies of the prints as 8x10s, posters, greeting cards, and postcards.

What is For Sale?



$5 – 8″x10″ Print on Matte Paper
Front: Ink print of the trunk. Back: Oak Tree story. Printed on matte cardstock.
Suitable for framing.

$10 – 5″x7″ Postcards (Qty.10)
Front: Ink print of the trunk. Back: Short Oak Tree story.
Can be mailed. Postage required for mailing.

$20 – 5″x7″ Folded Greeting Cards (Qty.10) 
Ink print of the trunk on the front. Tree story on the back. Blank inside.
Includes envelopes. Postage required for mailing.

$30 – 18″x24″ Poster
Printed on high-quality matte cardstock. Suitable for framing.
A Photocopy of the tree story will be included with all poster purchases.

$350 – Original Handmade 60″x55″ Ink Print
A rare opportunity to own an original full-size print of the Maya Lin tree trunk. 4 prints are available from the limited series of 8 prints. Hand-printed on 60″x55″ acid-free cotton paper with custom-blended fine art relief ink. Unframed. Includes an 8×10 print that tells the story of the tree.


How Can I Purchase?

At School 
Prints will be available for sale at Maya Lin School on Friday mornings when the PTA is selling Spirit Wear. Cash and Square accepted.

You can also purchase printed materials or original ink block tree prints through Kevy Vona
100% of your purchase goes directly to Maya Lin PTA and funds the preservation of the remaining pieces of the tree. Prints will be delivered locally or mailed outside of Alameda.


See the projects we are funding




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