Jacinta Bunnell

Jacinta Bunnell grew up on the dirt roads of Northeastern Pennsylvania where she enjoyed climbing cinder piles and cataloging her ginormous collection of Nancy Drew books. Her knack for D.I.Y. began in the ’70s when she and her sister hosted small carnivals in their garage. They built tin can pyramids to knock over for 25 cents a chance and handcrafted carney cigarettes by rolling up notebook paper and lighting the ends.  Jacinta Bunnell’s first public works were Elvis drag shows at age six.

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