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Alyssa Sakina Mumtaz

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Alyssa Sakina Mumtaz is an American artist and educator working at the intersections of abstraction, contemplative practice and craft. Incorporating experimental approaches to drawing, painting, printmaking, collage and textiles, her practice is informed by sacred geometry, pattern-based abstraction, ritual, domesticity and motherhood. She grew up on a farm in Maryland and is currently based in western Massachusetts. She attended Yale University as a first-generation college student and completed her MFA at Columbia University, where she was a recipient of a LeRoy Neiman Printmaking Fellowship and other scholarships.

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Williamstown, MA




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