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Arlene Finger
Brooklyn, NY
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ARTIST STATEMENT: My style is mainly Impressionistic. I have also been influenced by the English Symbolists and the Russian Avant-garde. My color palette varies from light to dark. The two dimensional works on paper use pastel, pencil, ink and charcoal to depict composition. The composition mainly consists of still life to figurative. At this particular point I have been experimenting with architectural renderings. Currently I am submitting work to several Brooklyn based organizations which I have included in my bio. I have also submitted a portfolio of my work to the Brooklyn Museum and the Feminist Retrospective.
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ARTIST RESUME:


Arlene Finger
1546 East 12th Street Apt. 1
Brooklyn, NY 11230
(718) 645-2731 (Home)
BradJWeissbrot@gmail.com

Objective Artist, Designer, Illustrator

Education





Exhibits

1986 Brooklyn College
Education Classes for Per Diem License

1980 Brooklyn College
B.A. in Liberal Arts
Special Mention: Studied Honors with Phillip Pearlstein

Dec-Jan 2013 Jamaica Arts and Learning Center
Solo Exhibit
Nov-Dec 2012 BSAG Brooklyn Borough President’s
Office Exhibit
Fall, Spring, Summer 2007- BWAC
Present

June 2012 WSAC
February 2012 WSAC
Spring 2007 WSAC

June 22-June 30 2012 BoCoCa

2010-Present (3x a yr) BSAG

February 2009 BECA (New Mexico)

Fundraiser

Organizations Affiliated With February 2012 Nassau Bar Association
2012 A.I.R. Gallery
Brooklyn Arts Council
Brooklyn Waterfront Arts Coalition
Westside Arts Coalition
The View-Pastel Society
Art Bridge
Brooklyn Streetcar Artists
Westchester Art Group

2011 Submitted Portfolio to Brooklyn
Museum (Feminist Retrospective)

Work History 1980-83 Horticultural Creations
Plant Person/Sales & Designer at Citicorp Bank and Building
Description of Duties:
Watered Plants
Created an Environment conducive to good health for plants, lighting and ambience were considered important




1986-94 License Per Diem Teacher
I.S. 88 Junior High School
Erasmus High School
John Jay
I.S. 246
Description of Duties:
Taught and Created Lessons
Graded students quarterly and communicated with parents and other administrative staff


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