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Welcome to UnEarthingHope.com

A Place of Unparalleled Cemetery Art

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DEDICATED TO OUR EARTH'S ANGLES

Supporting the Hospice Workers of America

The desire to raise awareness

For more than a decade the creator of this stunning body of work has had the dream of shedding light on the need for hospice care. During his father’s 2005 battle with a slowly debilitating illness, he became ever more acutely aware of the critical need for these “earthly angels” and the priceless service of hospice care.

Veiled in Mourning

Imperial Crypt

Lion Lion

Oakland Cemetery

Christ with a Toothache

St. Stephen's Cathedral

About Us

Throughout this artist's life he has photographed various subject matter; one, however, seemed to have an exceptionally strong pull… cemetery photography, as it symbolizes the duality of life and death. For the past two decades he’s traveled the world, predominantly the southeastern US, photographing the stunning beauty that is found in the places many would rather avoid.

It is through this work and his encounter with hospice workers while copeing with his father's death that UnearthingHope.com was born. This is the permanent resting place for the large body of cemetery art he has created over the last twenty five plus years.

Our Goals

TO RAISE AWARENESS

If nothing else, by means of this website, it's multi-media and social media outreach we hope to create a much needed awareness of some of the most important people in our midst today, our “Earth's Angels”. Please support your local hospice workers.

TO RAISE MONEY

Through our (GoFundMe.com page) a fund raising platform, we hope to raise money from the sale of our art prints and donations from patrons like you. At the end of every calendar year we will give 80% of all proceeds raised to a special selected hospice facility located in the US.

TO SUPPORT & EDUCATE

We strive to support our historical cemeteries in restoration and preservation practices. We strongly promote participation in events both local and social media supporting historical cemeteries. We also hope to enlighten some and educate others on the beautiful duality of life and death.

Our Acomplishments

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Our Services

Our studio offers a wide variety of photographic, film/video, post-production services. All dedicated to the preservation of historical cemeteries and creating a much needed awareness of some of the most important people in our midst today, our “Earth's Angels”. Please support your local hospice workers.

Photography

We continue to travel the world in order to capture and record stunning images of historical cemeteries. Our passion runs deep to provide you the most beautiful cemetery artwork. Is there a cemetery or monument that you want to see captured as only UnearthngHope can? Please let us know.

Video Production

UnearthingHope can provide High-End HD 1080p, 2.5K and 4K filming with full post-production facilities. For documentaries, features and commercials, dedicated to Historical Cemetery preservation. Please use the contact form below to contact us with questions regarding our work or services.

Fundraising

Through our (GoFundMe.com page) a fund raising platform, we hope to raise money from the sale of our art prints and donations from patrons like you. At the end of every calendar year we will give 80% of all proceeds raised to special selected hospice facilities located throughout the United States.

Please Donate

One of the main ways UnearthingHope raises funds for hospice facilities and people in need of their services is by the selling of our cemetery artwork. 80% of all donations go to charitable causes. Each image has a serial ID number in its description. Each donation level dictates the size of the print. All prints are signed and numbered. Simple straight forward donations are also welcomed. Many sincere thanks.

$ 250

Silver

  • 8 x 10 size
  • Archival Print
  • Signed by Artist
  • Limited Edition
  • Color or B & W
  • Free Shiping USA

$ 650

Gold

  • 11 x 14 size
  • Archival Print
  • Signed by Artist
  • Limited Edition
  • Color or B & W
  • Free Shiping USA

$ 950

Platinum

  • 16 x 20 size
  • Archival Print
  • Signed by Artist
  • Limited Edition
  • Color or B & W
  • Free Shiping USA

OUR NUMBERS

SOME COOL FACTS ABOUT US

1142

Images Created

4

Films & Documentaries

21

Gifts Presented

$3500

Donations Made

From Our Blog

Our mission with this blog is to provide you a current and reliable source for industry news, affiliate input, promotions, events and critical information for coping with the duality of life and death.

SLEEPING LION VANDALIZED!

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On the evening of May 29, 2020 unknown individuals used red paint to vandalize the Sleeping Lion memorial statue of Atlanta's Oakland Cemetery. Sons of the Confederate Veterans and concerned citizens are outraged by these cowardly criminal acts. A $2,000 reward has been offered for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of the guilty parties.

The Sleeping Lion of Atlanta, which was dedicated in 1894, is listed as an important piece of funerary art by the Smithsonian Institution. It marks the final resting place of more than 3,000 unknown Confederate soldiers.

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2020 Wreaths Across America event back on!

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The Arlington National Cemetery had said it would be closed to wreath-laying volunteers in 2020 as a health precaution due to the Covid-19 pandimic.

"To say we are devastated, would be an understatement," the organization said on Twitter. The following day President Donald Trump tweeted: "I have reversed the ridiculous decision to cancel Wreaths Across America at Arlington National Cemetery. It will now go on as planned!" Video by: NEWS CENTER Maine

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Death Cafe - Atlanta

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The objective of Death Cafe is helping us all to 'make the most of our finite lives'. Talking about dying is an uncomfortable topic of conversation‚ but not over a slice of cake at Death Café. Here‚ people gather to drink tea‚ eat delicious cake and discuss mortality as a means to make the most of life.

Atlanta Chapter

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“Seeing death as the end of life is like seeing the horizon as the end of the ocean.”

David Searls

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The Good Cemeterian

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For the past five years, Andrew Lumish has been restoring cemetery stone monuments with little more than water, a toothbrush and some serious elbow grease. Though the task may be arduous, for Lumish, it’s worth it to preserve the memory of our veterans.

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HFA Hospice Directory

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Grief is often overlooked, misunderstood and undervalued in terms of its impact on individuals and society. HFA strives to inform people of their options when they are facing a life-limiting illness, how hospice can help make the journey easier, and how to cope with grief.

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Cemetery Preservation Alliance

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Saving Graves, the world's leading website dedicated to the protection, restoration, and preservation of endangered cemeteries worldwide, is a completely free-access online resource that provides to its visitors a wide assortment of preservation information and records. Saving Graves was formed to educate and assist in the networking of people interested in protecting, restoring and preserving our historic cemeteries.

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BLUE LETTER BIBLE

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Our vision has always been to provide free Bible study software in which the Bible is the center of the experience with study resources that link off of every word in the Bible.

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"The tears of our grief and the stories we tell in remembrance are what carry the dead across to the other side."

Jessica Moore

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Book of the Dead

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Book of the Dead is the modern name of an ancient Egyptian funerary text, used from the beginning of the New Kingdom (around 1550 BC) to around 50 BC. The original Egyptian name for the text, is translated as "Book of Coming Forth by Day". 

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THE CATACOMBS OF PARIS

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In the late eighteenth century, when major public health problems tied to the city’s cemeteries led to a decision to transfer their contents to an underground site. The first evacuations were made from 1785 to 1787 and concerned the largest cemetery in Paris, the Saints-Innocents cemetery.

The site was consecrated as the “Paris Municipal Ossuary” on April 7, 1786, and, from that time forward, took on the mythical name of “Catacombs”, in reference to the Roman catacombs, which had fascinated the public since their discovery. Starting in 1809, the Catacombs were opened to the public by appointment. Video by: Benjamin Graves

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Wreaths Across America

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Each December on National Wreaths Across America Day, our mission is to Remember, Honor and Teach. This is carried out by coordinating wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery, as well as over 1,400 additional locations in all 50 U.S. states, at sea, and abroad.

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Atlanta, GA.
Unearthing Hope Inc.
Unit 4963
257 Lawrence St. 30061

+1 (800) 515 622 3122

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