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.
Tide Pool
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)
Hawaiian Birds
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