Paul W. Waddell
Paul W. Waddell (b. 1983) lives and works in Los Angeles. He graduated in 2005 from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. He taught high school at the Idyllwild Arts Academy (2008-2012) Waddell has exhibited extensively throughout the United States. His most recent exhibitions include Thus Spake The Fungus, Arturo Bandini (2016), Synesthesia, Five Car Garage, Santa Monica (2016), Ponding Purple Grass, Night Gallery, LA (2012); Move In Again, Honor Fraser, LA (2013), Openly Ceremonial, Know More Games, Brooklyn (2012), Moving In, Honor Fraser, LA (2012), Grand Re-opening, Human Resources, LA (2011), I like Massachusetts..., MEME Gallery, Cambridge (2010), The life of a house cat, Waterloo Centre for the Arts, Waterloo, IA (2010). Waddell was named a fellow of the lighthouse works 2015 fellowship. Waddell's work has been written about in the LA Weekly, Artslant, Notes on Looking, A Righteous Transfer!, Time Out Boston, The Dig, Art Papers among others.