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Scott Endsley
Brooklyn, NY
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Neighborhood: Dumbo


ARTIST STATEMENT: Artist Statement Scott Endsley Artists make art to destroy and create new worlds. Good art should transform you. I make art to make sense of myself and my world. When I am making art I leave this world and fly. Art should inspire you. Art has its own life. Art should be powerful. Without art you do not have a culture. Art is a life connector. There are very few artists in the world, most people who call themselves artists, are really designers. They make nice designs. However, they do not have a Vision. To be an artist you must be willing to take risks. I want my art to be as powerful as an orgasm. I want orgasms of color shape and line. I want people to be moved when they see my art. I want the same feelings to arise when you see my art, as you would get from a beautiful lover. I begin with a line, that turns into a shape, which takes up space, and begins to make a world of its own. I begin with a known entity, then I try to let new rhythms, and patterns emerge. I begin a dialogue with the material I am working with, and the material begins to speak to me. Lately I have been making sculptures using toy animals, clay resin, on stone. With these pieces I am trying to kill mediocrity with humor. I find the pieces to be funny Art has its own language A language that speaks of truth and beauty. Art is very seductive. Artists are the shamans of a culture. Art can be medicine for pain and loss. Art helps you to heal, art is transformative. My work is influenced by Chitra Neogy, the “long body” Hi Mom and Dad

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Scott Endsley
220 Plymouth Street Apt 5B
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11201
Phone (718) 522-5182

Professional Activities

2005 -Present
I teach art and digital photography to 6-11 grade students at Bronx
Preparatory charter school, Bronx, NY
2004 - Film and video instructor, Brandeis HS. And Sarah Lawrence College
2003 - Long term substitute Kindergarten, PS 307 Brooklyn, New York
Professor of Art, College of New Rochelle
2002 Taught 6 week art class to gifted and talented middle school
students, Snug Harbor, Staten Island

2001 - Taught institutionalized teenagers Art, Taos, New Mexico
2000 - Production and design of CD, "Wood Orchid" in Prague, Czech Republic.
1999 - 2000 Set designer for Chitra Neogy's "Dream Streams" performance. Paris,
Czech Republic, New Mexico, New York.
1998 - CD design for sound track of epic film, "A Journey within Journey".

1998 - 1999 High School Art teacher, and Curriculum Developer. New York City.
New York State and City Certified to teach K-12.
1986 - 1988 Photographer’s assistant, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.

Education and Certification

1987 - Masters of Fine Arts degree, Painting, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
1985 - Bachelors of Science, Art Education, Photography, University of Wisconsin.

Other Work Experience

1992 - 1993 - Lived for one year in Epinal France


1985 - Merit award - Juried painting exhibition - University of Wisconsin, Madison
1982 - Photographs printed in University of Wisconsin Yearbook

Gallery Representation

HenryGregggallery, Brooklyn, NY

National Exhibitions
2010 Group Show VA Hospital, New York City
2008 One Man Show, Henrygregggallery, Brookly, NY
2008 Group Show, Henrygregggallery, Brooklyn, NY
2006 Group Show. Henrygregggallery. Brooklyn, NY
2003 Faculty Show. Art Lab, Snug Harbor, Staten Island, New York
2003 One Man show. The last King’s Foot Gallery show
2002 Paint Gallery group show 126a Front St Brooklyn, New York
2002 Dumbo Art Exposition, Brooklyn, New York
2001 One man Show, Kings Foot Gallery, Madison, Wisconsin. Oil on glass
2000 Lumina Gallery- Taos New Mexico
2000 Bruggeman Contemporary, Sante Fe, New Mexico.
2000 Prasad Art Gallery, Taos, New Mexico
1997 Bronx River Art Gallery - group show.
1995 National Print Show, Lithograph, North Carolina
1993 Two - man show, Ovadia Gallery, Nancy, France
1989 Trans Ego Show - Minor Injury Gallery, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
1987 Master of Fine Arts Exhibition, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Educational Activities

1994 - 1995 Participant, Cooper Hewitt Design symposium. A five day learning program on and about design projects in the urban environment.

1991 - 1993 Participant in "School of Bayonne", with Komar and Melamid. Graphics designed for newspaper and posters, group exhibitions and radio broadcasts.

1996 - 1998 Attended 11 Japanese literature workshops for educators at the Japan Society, New York City.

Fall 2003 Professor of Art, College of New Rochelle


1. Mr. Darrell Wilson. Professor of experimental film, NYU. 100 Belmont Place Apt 1H
Staten Island, NY (718) 556-1934. E-mail:

2. Mr. Fred Givans, principal, Bronx preparatory charter school 718-294-0841


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Brooklyn, NY 11217


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