Jennifer is passionate about being a conduit to conversation and interaction within the community. In order to reach a wide audience, she works in a variety of media questioning notions of identity, consumption and private, inner lives.


Today, she's thrilled to dedicate herself to digital art, an art form with less waste and a smaller footprint than traditional mediums. Crypto-art animations are available as NFTs on Open Sea here.


Art to inspire and encourage

Jennifer is an eco-advocate, driven to explore ecological issues, like the impacts of polluted water, and help others navigate paths to a healthier world.


Her ECO-ART animations connect 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 motion art videos strike a balance between the difficult truths of our culture and hope for change; it is art meant to inspire and encourage.

Pause, breathe deep and re-center

MOVING MEDITATIONS create calm reflection and help achieve an altered state of consciousness. Loupe, ranked #1 Lifestyle App by Apple TV, has selected several of Jennifer's Moving Meditations, which are now available for streaming on multiple platforms and channels including Pluto TV. Contact Jennifer for info about commercial license options and benefits of motion art.

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.


"Chushcoff’s photography is highly atmospheric, edited for misty edges and emotional saturation.”

Rosemary Ponnekanti, The News Tribune

"Her exploration of water in our state is a visual, scientific, and spiritual journey through native ecosystems large and small . . .  Chushcoff’s triplicate approach to the subject is intriguing and informational. The macro photography lends an intimate feeling which is supported by the poems, while the scientific facts lend an academic credibility to the project. I enjoy the juxtaposition of research and whimsy present in this project and in its creator."​  

- Traci Kelly, Tacoma Arts Commissioner


Echology Poetry Walk, Gig Harbor, WA, 2021

Illuminate, Spaceworks Tacoma, WA 2021

The Body Beloved, The Body Betrayed, Virtual Exhibit, 2020

Modern Womxn Show, Alma Mater, Tacoma, WA 2019

Seattle Recycled Arts Festival, WA, 2019

Flow, Water Flume Line Trail, City of Tacoma Public Art Commission, WA, 2018

Struggle and Strength for Art AIDS America, Tacoma Art Museum, WA, 2016

Tacoma Arts Month Opening Show, Tacoma Armory, Tacoma, WA 2015

Peninsula Art League Juried Show, Harbor History Museum, Gig Harbor, WA 2015

Tragically Ever After, Destiny City, Tacoma, WA 2015


Found Photos, The Gallery at Tacoma Community College, Tacoma, WA, 2015

Invoke the Muse, Spaceworks Tacoma Project, Tacoma, WA, 2014

Maritime Art Exhibition, Harbor History Museum, Gig Harbor, WA, 2013

Stadium District Art and Wine Walk, The Harmon Taproom, Tacoma, WA, 2013

Proctor Art Walk, Pacific NW Shop, Tacoma, WA, 2013

Requiem for Trees, Washington State History Museum, Tacoma, WA, 2012

Outside Your Comfort Zone, 10th Annual Peninsula Art League Exhibit, Gig Harbor Civic Center, Juror: Rock Hushka, Curator at Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA, 2012


​Brown Trout Press Calendars

La Conner, WA

Metro Parks Tacoma

Museum of Glass Shop

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

Pacific Northwest Magazine

Pierce County Master Gardeners

Portland Monthly Magazine

Sweet Themes Bakery

Tacoma. WA

​253 Magazine

Urban Garden Company

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife​


​Spaceworks Tacoma Grant (2015, 2019, 2021)
Star Center Art Competition, Finalist
Tacoma Artists Initiative Program (TAIP) Grant
Harbor History Museum, Joe Award

Moonbeam Award, Gold Medal

Moonbeam Award,  Bronze Medal

Pierce County Volunteer Award

Proctor Art Show, Honorary Mention