Anne Pomponio received her BFA from Indiana University, IN in 1984 and her MPS from Pratt Institute, NY in 1993. She studied painting at The Art Students League from 1997-2002 where she is now a substitute instructor.
She worked as an artist at The Phillips Collection in Washington DC from 1985-1990, exhibiting annually in the staff exhibit show and was represented by Foxley/ Leach Gallery.
She was an artist in residence at an environmental learning center, Genesis Farm in NJ from 1990-1991.
In 2002, Anne participated in a two-person show called Max/Min at Sarah Nightingale Gallery, Watermill, NY.
Waddington/Tribby Gallery in Miami, FL represented her in 2002-2004.
She has taken part in the Harlem Open Studio Tours since 2008.
Anne was in a group show at INFLUX Gallery, Harlem in 2012 titled "Speaking in Tongues" and gave a gallery talk on the evolution of her symbolic self representations in her paintings.
In 2015, Anne was selected to participate in the Harlem INFLUX Art Fair.
Anne's work is in many private collections throughout the country including Liza Rathbone, Chief Curator of 20th century painting at The Phillips Collection.
"DIRT" #1, acrylic, wax encaustic, dirt, photos on canvas, 36" x 36", 2019