A catalog featuring artwork by Emmy Lou Packard
Emmy Lou Packard 1914- 1998
Emmy Lou Packard’s steel core was forged within a multi-faceted cauldron of experience. Her reactions and responses to trials and triumphs spawned a deep inner vision and courage which guided her life and her art right to the end.
Long before the terms were coined, Emmy Lou Packard was an environmentalist, a feminist, a civil rights activist, an animals rights activist. Her vision grew naturally as she responded to and interacted with her physical, social, political and artistic environment.
John Natsoulas Press
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