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Jeanette Fintz



Born Brooklyn, New York
Resides Surprise New York, Hudson Valley

1975 MFA Painting Boston University, SFA
1975 Skowhegan School for Painting and Sculpture
1972-73 New York Studio School
1972 BA Queens College, CUNY

2013 Sabbatical, Parsons the New School For Design
2008 Emil & Dines Carlsen Award / Painting, National Academy of Design
2005 Sabbatical, Parsons the New School for School Design
2003 Faculty Development Award, Parsons, the New School for School for Design
1995- 92 Sudden Opportunity Stipend, NYFA Rensselaer County Council for the Arts
1993 N Y F A, Artists Fellowship /Drawing
1990 E. D. Foundation Grant / Painting
1984 Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation Grant /Painting
1980 Ingram Merrill Foundation Award / Painting
1975 Purchase Prize Skowhegan School /Painting

2003,1995 Ucross Foundation Clearmont WY
1996 Altos de Chavon, Dominican Republic
1977, 79 Millay Colony for the Arts, Residency, Austerlitz, NY
1978 Macdowell Colony Peterborough, NH
1977 Ossabow Island Project, Savannah, GA

2012 “Andalusian Shards”, The Wall Street Journal Bldg Lobby, 1155 Avenue of the Americas, Durst Organization NYC
2012 “The Plaid Paintings”, Rodale Press Bldg. Lobby, 733 3rd Avenue, Durst Organization NYC
2001 & 2004 A D. D. Gallery, Hudson NY
2002 Hudson Opera House, Hudson NY
2001 Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester VT
1999 Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson NY
1997 Gallerie Taksu, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
1994 Albany Center Galleries, Albany NY
1992 Five Points Gallery, East Chatham, NY
1986 Hopkins Hall Fine Arts Gallery - Ohio State University, Columbus OH
1985 55 Mercer Street Gallery, 55 Mercer Street NYC
1984, 79 Houghton House - Hobart & William Smith Colleges, Geneva NY
1979 Prince Street Gallery, 121 Wooster Street, NYC

2013 Sideshow Nation, Sideshow, Williamsburg NY
2012-2006 Cowgirls of the Hudson Valley #1- 4, BRIK Gallery, Catskill NY
2012 Abstract & Concrete, Thompson /Giroux, Chatham NY
2012 Jeanette Fintz/ D. Jack Solomon, Fox Gallery NYC
2012-2007 Winter shows, Sideshow, Williamsburg, Bklyn,NY
2010 Charged Brushes, Painting Center NYC
2010 View Four, Nicole Fiacco Gallery Hudson NY
2010 40th Anniversary Exhibition The Prince St Gallery NYC
2009 Surface Tension, Albany International Airport
2008 183rd National Academy of Design Invitational, NYC
2008 Locally Grown, Albany International Airport
2007 This End Up, WindhamFineArts Windham NY
2006 Informed Color, BRIK Gallery, Catskill NY
2006 Jeanette Fintz & D. Jack Solomon, Columbia –Greene Community College, Hudson NY
2006 13th Anniversary Show, The Painting Center NYC
2004 Nature Abstracted - Painting Center NYC
2004 New Hudson NewYork- Van Brunt Gallery, NYC
2004 New Hudson, Group Painting Exhibition- Carl Van Brunt Gallery, Beacon NY
2004 30th Anniversary Exhibition, Millay Colony for the Arts- Albany International Airport
2003 Mohawk-Hudson Regional - University Art Museum, SUNY, Albany
2002 New York Studio School Alumni Show, Elizabeth Harris Gallery NYC
2001 Jeanette Fintz, Garth Evans, Walter Thompson, A .D. D. Gallery Hudson NY
2000,1999 Paintings, Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson NY
1996 Jeanette Fintz, Works On Paper, Valentine Willie Fine Art, KL, MY
1996 Eight Painters, Gallerie Taksu, KL MY
1995 Mohawk - Hudson Regional Exhibition -Schenectady Museum &Planetarium
1994 Out of Line II : The Police Building, NYC
1993 Out of Line - Four Abstract Painters - PS122 Gallery, NYC
1992 Spirituality and Symbols of Eroticism- Five Points Gallery, E.Chatham NY
1991 2 Person Show - Art In General, NYC
1986 Structure &Metaphor: Six Contemporary Visions WARM Gallery, Minneapolis, MN.

1986, 85, 84 The 4th, 5th, and 6th Annuals - John Davis Gallery, Akron, OH
1985 The Non-Objective World - Kamikaze NYC
1985 Painting 1985 Invitational - Pam Adler Gallery, NY

1998 - present Parsons-The New School For Design NYC, Assistant Professor of Art & Design
1998 –1999 Purchase College, SUNY, Visiting Assistant Prof / Painting & Drawing
1996 - 1997 Center for Advanced Design, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Founding Foundation Faculty
1986 –1996 Purchase College, SUNY, Adjunct Instructor / Painting & Drawing
1989 - 1990 Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY - Visiting Assistant Professor, Foundation
1983 - 1984 Philadelphia College of Art, Philadelphia, PA - Visiting Assistant Professor/ Painting
1978 - 1980 Hobart & William Smith Colleges, Geneva, NY - Assistant Professor/ Painting
1977 - 1978 University of Southern Maine, Gorham, ME - Instructor of Painting

2000 Instructor - Art New England Workshops, Bennington College, VT
1991, 84 Honors Examiner - Hobart & William Smith Colleges, Geneva, NY
1986 Visiting Artist, Painting Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
1985 Visiting Artist, Painting Illinois State University, Bloomington-Normal, IL


Role Play Series - Summer 2013

In these new paintings I’m still acknowledging the contradictions I find in contemporary life, while ultimately striving for UNITY. Right now, I am helped along by using the hexagonal grid. It allows me to find pathways that appear to be forming contradictory structures, but actually they are all the same at the base level. I call this the “Role Play Series”, because, using shapes and structures as metaphors for human beings , we are all made out of the same units and yet there is an amazing way that units can re-combine, that certain characteristics isolate and manifest . This grid and creating the diagonal division also helped me find a way of working with dichotomies. I need to allow that into my working method, different ways of using space, using paint, using tightness and looseness both. The grid allows me to explore lots of things, while providing a stability that makes me feel more relaxed when I am starting to work. When I improvise, which is typically part of my approach, it now takes place within the system. Once I know what I’m dealing with then I can play, finding different ways of moving from here to there; the curvy way, the angular way. Reconciling the intuitive and the intellectual my work is my lifelong struggle, in every respect. That’s what leads to creativity, those conflicts smashing up against one another.



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