“Love in Action” Community Mural – Jennifer Williams – Cordova/All of Us or None
Displayed in Old Town Kern in Bakersfield, CA.
In Bakersfield, community partner All of Us or None selected muralist Jennifer Williams-Cordova to create a colorful, vibrant mural in the Old Town Kern neighborhood. The mural, “LOVE in Action,” invites everyone to “Protect the Ones You LOVE.” With a bright blue background, whimsical green hearts, and the word LOVE in giant, colorful letters, the mural features the faces of 10 community members representing a diverse range of ethnicities and ages. Some wear masks, some show off their post-vaccine bandages, and all convey a feeling of community and caring.
About the Artist
Jennifer Williams-Cordova is a multidisciplinary artist, specializing in murals, graphic design, photography and illustration. Williams-Cordova was born and raised in Bakersfield, Calif., and attended California State University, Fresno to study art. She earned a degree in art and design with an emphasis in graphic design. She has worked as a professional artist and designer since 2006 and began painting murals in 2016. Her mural work often adds vivid color to the urban landscape and utilizes her broad range of skills in painting, design and photography.
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