Jenn Ponci is a lifelong mixed-media artist who has collaborated on large mural productions across the US from Virginia to Oakland. She studied under David Ewing for four years in Sacramento before spending time painting in Seattle, Portland, Charlotte, Boston, Philadelphia and Chicago. In 2009, she returned to California to learn a new form of art: tattooing. As a tattoo artist, Ponci accomplished the first known watercolor style piece on skin. She went on to apprentice under Cory Norris at Classic Tattoo in Grass Valley, and expanded her education working with female entrepreneur Char Hall of Side Show Studios. Ponci curated for 5 star salons in Sacramento, including Maverique Style house, and then moved to Paradise, California to care for family. While blessed to escape the catastrophic Camp Fire of 2018, Ponci lost her home. She is now rebuilding while working from her studio gallery back in Sacramento. Ponci is available for solo and collaborative murals, showcasing work in various venues, and organizing community events for positive social causes.
Watercolor Painting, 2012