Linda's grandchildren and great-grandchildren have been working alongside her to contribute to the mural! A big part of "Labor of Love" is to make the mural inter-generational. We want to hear from the voices of Apopka's past, present, and future.
After meeting through mutual connections at the Zora Neale Hurston festival in Eatonville, local artist Norman has also been helping with the mural process. His work and dedication to this cause has been crucial to our success! Without the generosity of community members, we could not complete this "Labor of Love"!
The mural will feature an array of images that feature old Apopka landmarks, such as residents' homes, juke joints, playing children, and of course, plenty of farmworkers!
If you would like to learn more about the history behind the "Labor of Love" mural, visit our information and donation page here!