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Meghan Oare
New York, NY

ARTIST STATEMENT: I create dynamic and vibrant paintings that are graphic fabrications of aesthetic drama that are intended to resonate a continuous cycle of human energy. They are manipulations of social influence and human emotion. I have faith in the universality of all emotion enables me to create psychological landscapes that speak directly to the viewer with absence of language. The theory responsible for the construction of my compositions is what she calls "organized chaos." The physical appearance of my work is achieved by collaborations of bright and dark colors assembled by a wide range of painting techniques. Materials I use to construct her work are: house, acrylic, tempera, oil, and latex paints on surface materials such as masonite, canvas, and foam board. Other non-traditional elements are utilized and incorporated because they are deemed necessary to the work. This process bypasses my interpretation allowing the paintings to be free from limiting criticism. This liberal thinking frees space for the paintings to develop the structure needed for what I refer to as "open for the viewers' interpretation." These interactive paintings are works of intuitive originality and complexity, which inspire contemplation and aesthetic dialogue.

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2010: CELTA, ESL, Cambridge University-International Teaching House, NYC
2005: BFA, concentrating in painting; minor, art history; Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA; Magna Cum Laude

Professional Experience:
2010: Kaplan University, CELTA English teacher
I teach English fulltime to other languages.
2010: CELTA English tutor
I hold private tutoring sessions.
2001- Present: Freelance artist
I work on commissions for clients to design and create paintings.
Dec. 2008 – Nov. 2009: Klimat, personal assistant and bartender/server, NYC
I scheduled parties and spoke with bill collectors for the restaurant.
2008 - 2009: Contractor of Phablab, graphic design (Contract)
I worked on multiple Photoshop projects for Phablab design.
2006 -2009: Le Mardi Gras, cocktail server/bartender, PA
2007-2009: FIFA soccer referee and soccer coach
2006-2008: Goodwill, teacher
I taught high school and middle school children English and math.
2003-2005: U.S. Army Reserves
I went to boot camp, MOS training and the Army ROTC program.

Volunteer Work:
2010: Kaplan International
I had my classes create ways to raise money and Kaplan International matched and donated the money to the Japan relief efforts.
2009: Octo Romeo Shoot
I worked on the movie set, assisting the actors, director, lighting and art crew.
2008: Carnegie Museum of Arts
I constructed an instillation for the International Exhibition: Life on Mars, "One Man."
2008: Global Links
I packed medical supplies for poverty stricken villages in South America and Cuba.

Awards and Honors:
2009: MONA, Artist inducted into the Museum of Norfolk Artist
March and May 2005: Old Dominion University Study Abroad Academic Scholarship
2003, 2002 and 2001: Virginia Wesleyan College Academic Scholarship
2000: All-Star and All-Section Player

June 16, 2010: solo show, O’neils, New York
June 14, 2010: solo show, Nirvana, New York
May 2010: Solo show, Klimat, New York
April 2010: group show, A.I.G. Gallery, New York, NY
April 2010: group show, 3rd Ward, New York, NY
Jan. and June 2010: group show, Media Loft Gallery, New Rochelle, NY
May 2009: solo show, Klimat, Manhattan, NY
Jan. 2009: group show, Agora Gallery, Manhattan, NY
Oct. 2008: solo show, Trinity Gallery, Lawrenceville, PA
May 12, 2008: Persad, fundraising show, Carnegie Museum of Arts, Pittsburgh, PA

2007 - present: Individual clients (specific paintings requested)
2011: Custom mural for a client on a bike
2008: Custom mural for a client in their home and "Cry Fire", graphic design work
2008: Painting demonstration and discussion for Propel Schools

Other Skills: Photoshop, Illustrator, Quark, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, German, Military Science, WITTS

647 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217


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