- This event has passed.
Art Break with Almond Zigmund
Guild Hall invites you into the studios of our closest artist friends and supporters for a weekly art break. Utilizing simple materials found at home, learners of all ages will explore new ways of bringing creativity into their everyday by virtually visiting and creating with an East End artist.
In this episode, join artist Almond Zigmund and her daughter for a found-object collage project.
- Various found materials, string, cloth, bags, dried peppers, etc.
- Adhesive: Glue stick, glue gun, masking tape, duct tape, etc.
- Basic acrylics – any color
If you post your art to social media, be sure to hashtag it with #GHARTBREAK
Originally from Brooklyn, Almond received a BFA from Parsons School of Design, in New York and Paris and an MFA from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where she studied art theory and criticism with the MacArthur Award-winning critic, Dave Hickey.
Almond makes large scale site responsive installations. Her work has been exhibited locally and internationally. She has completed various public commissions and is currently working on a large scale public sculpture for the art in embassies program of the US State Dept. She has lived and worked on the east end of Long Island for 20 years.