Jodi Mullen creates prints from original linoleum blocks of Emmy Lou Packard for KPFA’s Summer Arts Fair

See this work at the Precita Eyes Muralists booth at the KPFA Summer Arts Fair at the Craneway, June 20th & 21st!

 

image-4Exhibiting artist Jodi Mullen, of Yeah! Yeah! Pony Prince, is currently at work creating prints from the original linoleum blocks of artist, muralist, and activist, Emmy Lou Packard (1914–1998).
This work will be on display at the Precita Eyes Muralists booth!

Packard was a close friend and colleague of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera and a well-known artist in her own right. She painted murals in San Francisco and Berkeley, was Diego Rivera’s chief assistant on the Pan American Unity mural for the Golden Gate International Exposition, helped Frida with her artwork, and lived with the couple for a time in Mexico. In addition, Emmy Lou Packard was an active member of the
community mural movement in San Francisco’s Mission District. She also worked as an illustrator at Richmond’s Kaiser Shipyard, by the site of what is now the Craneway Pavilion,
home of the KPFA Summer Arts Fair.

The KPFA SUMMER ARTS FAIR, June 20th & 21st, 10am to 6pm
at the
Historic Craneway Pavilion on the Richmond Waterfront.
1414 Harbour Way South, Richmond, CA
www.kpfa.org/craftsfair/summer

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