Jeanette Fintz is a Brooklyn born painter, art writer and independent curator who resides in the Hudson, N.Y. She is the recipient of the Ingram Merrill Award for Painting, the New York Foundation for the Arts Artist Fellowship for Drawing, the E.D. Foundation Award and the Ludwig Voglelstein foundation Award for Painting, and the Emil & Dines Carlsen Award in Painting from the National Academy of Design.
Jeanette’s recent solo exhibitions have been at the Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson, N.Y. (PULSE, July 31-Sept. 7, 2019) and at
GarveylSimon, NYC (WORLDLINE SCHREIBER PAINTINGS, PLUS…Sept. 7– Oct. 7, 2017).
Her most recent curatorial project has been “The Ritual of Construction” exhibition and catalog, presented at the Kleinert/James Center for the Arts (Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild May-July, 2017).
Ms. Fintz is a former Assistant Professor of Painting and Drawing at SUNY, Purchase (1986-1999), and a former Assistant Professor of Design & Drawing at Parsons, the New School for Design (1997-2015). Her work has been informed and inspired by two sabbatical travel grants from Parsons to Andalusia, Spain and to Turkey where she was investigating patterning systems.
She also spent more than a year in South East Asia where Ms. Fintz was founding faculty at the Center for Advanced Design in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (1996-97), a Parsons affiliate school.
Jeanette is an Alumna of Boston University SFA (MFA), the Skowheghan School for Painting & Sculpture, the New York Studio School and Queens College, SUNY (BA). She is a fellow of the MacDowell Colony, the Millay Colony, and has been in residence at the Ucross Foundation, Altos de Chavon, Ossabaw Island Project.
Other recent exhibitions include solo shows at Fox Gallery NY, and the Wall Street Journal, NYC. Group Exhibitions have been at The Lockwood Gallery, Kingston, NY, Cross Contemporary, Saugerties, NY, Thompson Giroux, Chatham, NY, Labspace, Hillsdale, NY, Geoffrey Young, Great Barrington, MA, Sideshow, Williamsburg NY and the Albany international Airport.