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MULTI - MEDIA and INTERDISCIPLINARY

Art to inspire and encourage

Jennifer is an eco-advocate driven to explore ecological issues, like the devastating impacts of polluted water, helping navigate paths to a healthier world. Her ECO-ART connects multiple disciplines into original visual and literary art. She invites others to explore a new way of seeing, which is usually in a satirical and slightly subversive light.  Distilling exciting scientific research and serious societal concerns, her work strikes a balance between the difficult truths of our culture and hope for change; it is art meant to inspire and encourage.

THE BODY BELOVED. THE BODY BETRAYED.

THE BODY BELOVED THE BODY BETRAYED Curated exhibit exploring the mind and body connection

Illuminate Exhibit

ILLUMINATE Spaceworks Tacoma Project, curated exhibit featuring collage artist, Matthew Baird, and mixed media sculptor and poet, Tina Lauzon

"Following the Light" Fine art photography

FOLLOWING THE LIGHT fine art photography

"What Your Mother Forgot to Tell You About Tulips" Fine art photography

WHAT YOUR MOTHER FORGOT TO TELL YOU ABOUT TULIPS fine art photography

"A Promise to Return" Fine art photography available

A PROMISE TO RETURN fine art photography

The Fossil Hunter Necklace by local, Gig Harbor artist, Jennifer Preston Chushcoff

THE FOSSIL HUNTER natural elements jewelry design

"You are a Poem" postcard

YOU ARE A POEM Poetry and photography commissions available

"Proof" Photo from the book WA IS WATER. A collection of nature photography and poetry

PROOF from the book WA IS WATER A collection of nature photography and poetry

Methanol, Tacoma artists respond

Response to the Methanol debate

Let's Pretend This Isn't Happening

LET'S PRETEND THIS ISN'T HAPPENING Art installation exploring the relationship between prescribed performance enhancing drugs and military suicides

The Fairy Gothmother's Collection of Cautionary Tales by Gig Harbor writer, Jennifer Chushcoff

THE FAIRY GOTHMOTHER: A Collection of Cautionary Tales

Painting detail

Painting detail

Kawase Hasui print with poem by Jennifer Preston Chushcoff

Kawase Hasui woodblock print with poem, MISSING

Snowflakes A Pop Up Book by local author, Jennifer Preston Chushcoff

SNOWFLAKES Pop Up Book

Flurry snowflake pop up book

FLURRY Pop Up Book

WA IS WATER: An Intimate Portrait

WA IS WATER: An Intimate Portrait Exploring the interconnectedness of water systems in Washington State through poems, photos and facts, awarded a Tacoma TAIP Grant

FLOW, Tacoma art installation

FLOW Tacoma art installation

FLOW, Tacoma art installation collaboration with Clark Wiegman

FLOW Tacoma art installation collaboration with Washington State artist, Clark Wiegman

Echology logo

Echology Poetry Walk Logo

Water Droplet with Octopus Museum Fundraising Logo and Slogan

"Don't let our history become a mystery." Slogan and Logo for Museum Fundraising

DIGITAL MOTION ART

The ECO-ART series highlights ecological concerns with contemporary juxtapositions, bringing attention to issues like water pollution and unchecked consumerism in an innovative way. MOVING MEDITATIONS relax the body and engage the mind, creating calm reflection and altered states of consciousness. All of the work promotes peace and wellness for our planet and people.

 

Loupe, ranked #1 Lifestyle App by Apple TV, has selected Jennifer's Moving Meditations for streaming, which are now available on multiple platforms and channels including Pluto TV. Contact Jennifer for info about commercial license options and benefits of motion art.

ECO ART

ECO ART

ECO ART
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What a World

What a World

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Stare

Stare

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The True Cost of Things

The True Cost of Things

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MOVING MEDITATIONS

MOVING MEDITATIONS

MOVING MEDITATIONS
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Flower and Flame Goddess

Flower and Flame Goddess

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The Swerve

The Swerve

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Afternoon Idyll

Afternoon Idyll

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Speak Softly

Speak Softly

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For ​​​​​sculpture and dioramas, Preston assembles found objects and cast-offs. Her commercial and editorial photos exist in city collections and feature in magazines, websites and non-profit/for-profit company advertising. Preston's personal work appears on television, in galleries and installations.

Jennifer's public art installations run the gamut from photo murals two-stories high on city buildings, to virtual exhibits, to utility box art wraps. She's excited to work in the public realm because she's able to open up a dialogue within the community and invite positive collaboration and participation.