|In 1952, Emmy Lou started making large,moderately priced wood and linoleum prints of San Francisco subjects, some of which are available on this website.|
|1956-She designed and supervised execution of a 6' x 20' mosaic mural at the Hillcrest Elementary School, SF. She also designed and printed 300 woodblock prints and several linoleum mural panels for several Matson Navigation Co. ships.|
|1958 Emmy lou started doing sand sculptures and bas reliefs in cast concrete, including the 4' x 85' parapet wall at the Student Center, University of California, Berkeley.|
|Three Children (Peace is a Universal Right)|
|In 1960, she opened a resident gallery in Mendocino, CA, with her husband, Byron Randall. She did a series of linocuts and woodcuts depicting typical Mendocino Coast scenes.
In 1969, she moved back to San Francisco, and designed and executed a 16' x 76' mural for the Fresno convention center. in 1973 she designed a 16' x 70' glazed brick mural for the Pinole (CA) Public Llibrary.
|Detail from The Peaceable Kingdom, bas relief at the Mirabeau restaraunt, Kaiser Center, Oakland CA.|
|Emmy Lou printing Morning in the Valley in her Mission District studio--probably around 1974|