Kerra Hendrickson is a street artist from Denver, CO. Her creative journey began as a mural painting assistant to Pat Milberry and administrative assistant at the Museo de las Americas in Denver, CO. This passion steered her towards San Francisco, CA, where she immersed herself in art at the University of San Francisco. Majoring in Art History, Museum Studies, and Fine Arts, Hendrickson’s dedication to the craft flourished. A fervent advocate for the arts, she engages in diverse activities—educating youth, curating exhibitions at Thacher Gallery and Haigh Street Art Center, and meticulously restoring murals. Currently, Hendrickson thrives as a muralist and restorer at Precita Eyes, contributing to iconic locations like Balmy Alley, Market Street, and the Castro AIDS Mural. Her personal portfolio reflects the vibrant energy of street art, graffiti, and wheat-pasting across the vibrant canvas of San Francisco’s urban landscape.