Paul Endres Jr. received his B.A. from Providence
College in 2008 and his M.F.A from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts,
Boston in 2011. Fascinated by the fictional nature of human history and how it
is perpetuated, Paul’s work is dedicated to commemorating the events of The American Burden, a fictitious
catastrophe of his own creation.
In 2012 Paul’s work was shown at La Montagne Gallery
and the TEDx Somerville Event. In
the Spring of 2014, Paul will show his work in a solo exhibition at Childs
Boston Globe featured Paul and his work in 2011 article, "High Five: Five
Young Artists to Watch". In
2013 Paul received an Emerging Artist Award from the St. Botolph Club
Foundation, as well as a Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship Award
(2012) and the Springborn Fellowship (2010).
Paul has taught figure painting as a Graduate
Teaching Fellow at the S.M.F.A., Boston, and is currently teaching various painting
and drawing courses at the Essex Art Center in Lawrence, MA.