Cara Schingeck has been a working artist since 2003. She works in a variety of media including photography, encaustic, acrylic, mixed media, pastel, watercolor, Scanography, and much more. She is driven by her passion for experimentation, nature, human beings, community and expressing herself through her art. She has worked with children in Tacoma, WA to create a public art installation, her art is in both corporate and private collections, and she has been published for her photography numerous times including Black and White magazine. She has experience as a teaching artist and enjoys sharing her knowledge with both adults and children.

2009 Pierce County Art Bank Collection Rotating Works; Mixed-Media painting and Scanography titled, “Sunflower 2” (a form of 3D digital image capture)

2009 Note World, Incorporated, Tacoma, WA; Encaustic painting

2020 Burien Gallery Program, Burien, Washington, Scanography
2011 Art Slam, Rialto Theatre, Tacoma, Washington; “Our War series” a sketch a day during my brother’s deployment
2009 Public Art Installation, Zina’s Playground, McCarver Elementary, Tacoma, WA
; Cultural Heritage Tiles
2009 Helen S. Smith Gallery, Auburn, WA; Scanography
2008 Re-Art, Gallery Madera, Tacoma, WA; Found Object Art and Mobiles
2008 East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District; Sculpture
2008 Centennial Center Gallery, Kent, WA; Mixed Media, Acrylic paintings
2008 Exhibit & Installation “Train”: Barefoot studios, Tacoma, WA: Photography, Encaustic Assemblage
2008 Auburn City Hall Gallery, Auburn WA; Mixed Media, Paintings, Scanography
2008 Annual Greenwood-Phinney Art Walk, Seattle, WA; Scanography
2008 Women’s Art, Women’s Vision at King’s Books, Tacoma, WA; Hard Pastel on handmade watercolor paper
2007 Comcast channel 22, Pierce County, WA; Found Object Sculpture

MURZE ONLINE MAGAZINE, Issue Eight, September-October, 2019—CHANGE , “Mannequin series” digital photography images relating to domestic violence, Pages 19 and 42 Mannequin series
Pink Panther online Magazine, International Women’s Day, March 2019, “Faces 4”, pastel painting
B &W Magazine, 2009, Cara J. Jennings (aka Cara Schingeck) “Seashell 22”; Single Image, Still Life / Objects,
B &W Magazine, 2007, Cara J. Jennings (aka Cara Schingeck) “Seashell 40”, Single Image, Still Life / Objects
America 24/7 Seattle edition

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  • Joined: July 2010


"Forgotten" Published in Murze Magazine ed. 8

My artwork was just accepted to be published in the United Kingdom in an online Magazine, Murze. The topic was Change. So, I submitted a series of photographs I created when I was in a domestic violence situation with a husband from long ago but I created an informational series which I shared at a local studio to an audience to inform and remove the stigma that is associated with those in viol…
Posted 2 months – 2 comments

Wherever You Go My Sweet Brother

Wherever you go my sweet youngest brother / Always know that my heart is with you / I am with you always / When I float in the water and look up to sky / When I see the clouds way up high / and the blue sky / I remember our youth / Our friendship / Our happiness / and I float and breathe / I hear my heartbeat and my heartbeat feels as if it is yours too / I swim, I float, I look up to the sky …
Posted 6 months – 2 comments

Thank you for buying my artwork

Thank you for buying my artwork / Thank you to the person who purchased a sticker of my portrait today of Madeleine Albright which I created during the Our War series titled, Our War: Day 237-20110325 / /
Posted 8 months – 6 comments

It Is Better To Just Be There

It Is Better To Just Be There / When you have children / You believe / You need to work as hard as you can / To give them / Everything that you can / You will do things like work extra hours / so that you can make sure / that they can go / to college when they get older. / You will do things like drive two or three hours a day / In a commute for a job / Because you want to have the best jo…
Posted 11 months – 6 comments
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