A plaster breast cast of snowboarder Kaitlyn Farrington, obtained by the Oak Park Art League through the nonprofit Keep A Breast Foundation, was artist-customized by Jennifer McNulty. The cast will be on display at the OPAL gallery, 720 Chicago Ave., as part of exhibit “Solidarity and Survivorship.” (Oak Park Art League)

A plaster breast cast of snowboarder Kaitlyn Farrington, obtained by the Oak Park Art League through the nonprofit Keep A Breast Foundation, was artist-customized by Jennifer McNulty. The cast will be on display at the OPAL gallery, 720 Chicago Ave., as part of exhibit “Solidarity and Survivorship.” (Oak Park Art League)

November 28, 2017: Wednesday Journal: "Shop A New Line Of Gifts At The Oak Park Visitors Center": Article Excerpt..."One example of this artistic spirit is Jen McNulty, an Oak Park-based artist with experience in a range of creative mediums including photography and tiled mosaics. Her current artistic path focuses on 3D photo mosaics, using hundreds of small images that come together to tell a larger story. Two of these pieces, detailing the colorful lives of Frank Lloyd Wright and Ernest Hemingway (two of Oak Park's most renowned residents), are what landed her in the "Urban Local Made" program. 

"'The notion of visually telling a story using small images relating to a specific person or subject piqued my interest," McNulty says about her work, "Ultimately, the practice emerged from my experience with the creative processes in both photography and illustration combined with my interest in history and pop culture, all leading to the 3D Photo Mosaics. Having complex, elusive figures like Wright and Hemingway at the center of these pieces was fitting. The small images speak to the many influences that affected them, both personally and professionally, rather than the individuals themselves."  

To read entire article, go to:  http://www.oakpark.com/News/Articles/11-28-2017/Shop-a-New-Line-of-Locally_Made-Gifts-at-the-Oak-Park-Visitors-Center/

October 2, 2017: Chicago Tribune: "The power of art': Oak Park exhibit shares journeys of breast cancer survivors": Article excerpt..."In partnership with the nonprofit Keep A Breast Foundation, (Carpenter) said they obtained six plaster breast casts of female snowboarders that local artists then painted. Mosaic artist Jennifer McNulty covered one of the casts with tiny tiles of women's faces, from Oprah and Lucille Ball to her own mother and grandmother."

July 20, 2017: Pioneer Press: "Artists in Oak Park Art League Exhibit 'Drawn To Detail'": Article excerpt:..."My goal was to really engage people," artist Jennifer McNulty says in a YouTube video about her 3D photo mosaics. "As they're walking by, they think, 'Oh, that's interesting and then if they look closely…they'll stay awhile and keep discovering things..."  http://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/oak-park/lifestyles/ct-oak-go-drawn-to-detail-tl-0720-20170719-story.html

Fall 2016: The Hemingway Review: "Project Muse" by Nancy Sindelar: Article excerpt:..."The 'Moveable Feast' Exhibition focused on work inspired by the life, travels and writing of Oak Park's hometown author, Ernest Hemingway...The judged exhibition winners were 1st place, Jennifer McNulty, Papa Hemingway...". To read entire article, go to:   https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6I2cTOaTuJrZElQXzVKQ3ZGTGRRSjlWRTJsWVNvSFpuazFZ/view

October 31, 2016: Gallery Seven: "Art of Illinois": Press Release excerpt: ..."A highlight of the exhibit is a work by Jennifer McNulty of Oak Park, Papa Hemingway."... 

June 5, 2015: VOP-TV (Channel 6): "Oak Park Artists, A Wild and Labor Intensive Project", produced & edited by Joe Kreml: This 2-minute video segment is both an interview and example of McNulty's works and detailed process. To view video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmGgK544qBk&list=UU1EZovakS7e_kepUJgVdb3A

October 28, 2014: The Village Free Press: "Art as Prescription for the Soul: Loyola Med Students, Pubic Find Solace in Obama's Likeness, Their Own" by Michael Romainhttp://thevillagefreepress.org/2014/10/28/art-as-prescription-for-the-soul-loyola-med-students-public-find-solace-in-obamas-likeness-their-own/