Ms Freestone works in the media of etching, drypoint, lithography, direct gravure and photogravure. Her work begins with drawn studies or photographs, which will form the basis for the resulting print. She chooses the subsequent print medium – the crisp etching line, the soft lithograph line, the rich drypoint line, or the gravure method – to reinforce the meaning intended within the image.
Natural forms are her source material, often used in conjunction with architectural form to reinforce the connection between the human endeavour and the natural world. Her images stand as metaphors for the human condition – its attainments and failures, and its impact on the environment.
Jenny Freestone exhibits nationally and internationally. Her work is in the collections of The Library of Congress, Washington DC; Corcoran Gallery of Art, DC; Hunt Institute, Carnegie Mellon University; PA. DFI International, DC; National Museum of Women in the Arts, DC; Georgetown University, DC; Smithsonian Institution DC, Center for Arts and Culture, DC; World Bank, DC; British American Tobacco, Uzbekistan.
A UK national, Ms Freestone resides in Maryland, USA. She is a member of many printmaking societies, including The Society of American Graphic Artists and Southern Graphics Council. She is currently a Board Member of Pyramid Atlantic in MD.