Enrique Sendra was born in Havana, Cuba in 1982. As a young boy, his passion for art was very evident. With the support and encouragement of his family and friends, he was able to develop his talent by attending workshops and creating relations with other artists who shared his enthusiasm for art. In 1999, Enrique enrolled in "Taller De Figueroa," his first professional art school, where he was able to learn art in a more structured way. In 2000, at the age of 18, Enrique presented his first solo exhibition in the Amelia Pélaez Gallery in Havana. That same year, Enrique pursued enrollment in "San Alejandro," the most prestigious fine arts academy in Cuba. That process ended when Enrique immigrated to the U.S.
In the United States, Enrique has participated in numerous group and solo art exhibitions. In 2006, he became the apprentice of contemporary Cuban Master David Rodríguez. Enrique's work has been represented by galleries such as Vincent Gallery in Miami, Florida and Boswell Mourot Fine Art in Little Rock, Arkansas. Enrique has been recognized by several mayors and commissioners in Miami-Dade County for his contribution to the arts in the South Florida community, and he has received numerous honorary awards and commendations. Enrique has been featured as an inspiration to young people on local news channels and in local newspapers and magazines. Today, Enrique resides in Miami, Florida and continues to grow personally and professionally through his art.