In December of 2014 Few and Far Women met in Miami, Florida for Art Basel, America’s greatest annual art gathering. Reaching 30′ tall and 90′ wide, this underwater-themed mural became the largest all female production to date, located in Wynwood, an art district of Miami. Characters were painted by Ursula X. Young, Agana, Deity, Toofly, 179, Rachel, and Kazilla, with graffiti pieces lining the… Read more »
Located on the corner of 27th and N streets in Sacramento, CA, Ink Eats and Drinks annually repaints their outdoor mural to celebrate Industry and Artistry night. For 2014, Ponci painted a redheaded pin-up girl, inspired by American Traditional tattoo designs.
In June of 2014, Few and Far Women celebrated their 3 year anniversary in Washington, with a production on the Mud Bay building located at 522 Queen Anne Avenue in North Seattle. The mural features 179, Ksra, Meme, Jonathan Wakuda Ficher, Jenn Ponci, and John Osgood. Photos of the wall were taken by Michael Tsay, who also provided… Read more »
Organized by crew founder, Meme, Few and Far Women met in Oakland June of 2015 for their 4 year anniversary celebration to paint a large all-female production. The wall is located on 26th and Mandela Parkway, across from Brown Sugar Kitchen, and features over 14 artists from around the world. Consistent with the “Ode to Oakland” theme, Ponci painted… Read more »
December 2015, for the Cosentino 25th Anniversary Event, Jenn Ponci was invited to paint live during the debut of the new Ferarri-themed Dekton Slab. Splashes of Kobra colors, purchased from a local Sacramento vendor, Leave Your Mark Sac, were applied to one of two surfaces. Dekton, Silestone, and Cosentino logos were stenciled across the piece. They were cropped, overlapping, and layered, to create… Read more »
In September 2013, Ed Trask invited Jenn Ponci and Ursula Young to participate in the RVA Street Art Festival. The event took place at the GRTC Depot; the artists were encouraged to design their murals within the “transportation” theme. With the assistance of Meme and Maggie Smith, the wall grew to become a Few and Far Women production… Read more »