Jennifer Pochinski | The Worshippers, 2020 | Oil on canvas | 60 x 72 inches

SF Arts | Jennifer Pochinski: Big Islands

June 2021

On the heels of SF MOMA's revelatory David Park retrospective and Berggruen's Diebenkorn show, comes this robust collection of recent oil paintings that combine bold color with forceful gesture, forming figures out of abstraction.… read more

Jennifer Pochinski | Lightly, 2021 | Oil on canvas | 48 x 42 inches

American Art Collector | Jennifer Pochinski: Big Islands

June 2021

The gestural artwork of Jennifer Pochinski is guided by instinct-rugged brushstrokes and vivid colors that come together to create an experience of pure human emotion.… read more

Jennifer Pochinski at the Shasta College Art Gallery

Shasta College gallery to present Your Heart is Free

August 2018

Shasta College will present Your Heart is Free, an exhibition of paintings by Jennifer Pochinski through Sept. 27 at the Shasta College Art Gallery.… read more

Jennifer Pochinski @ NUMU

Jennifer Pochinski and Terry St. John at NUMU Los Gatos

Abstracts From Life: Bay Area Figurative Past and Present

March 2017

DCG Artists Jennifer Pochinski and Terry St. John are both featured in Abstracts From Life: Bay Area Figurative Past and Present, running through September 10, 2017 at the New Museum Los Gatos.… read more

"A Greek Market," oil on canvas, 55 x 55 inches

Jennifer Pochinski at the John Natsoulas Center for the Arts

November 2013

Jennifer Pochinski is a Sacramento based painter who paints in a big, generous style. Although she is a representational artist, Jennifer works like an Abstract Expressionist, often covering an entire canvas in a single day with broad wet-on-wet brushstrokes.… read Huffington Post article

Jennifer Pochinski | The Worshippers, 2020 | Oil on canvas | 60 x 72 inches

Jennifer Pochinski: Big Islands

November -0001

On the heels of SF MOMA's revelatory David Park retrospective and Berggruen's Diebenkorn show, comes this robust collection of recent oil paintings that combine bold color with forceful gesture, forming figures out of abstraction.… read more