Since the age of 11, Dyymond could be found covered in clay and paint. Her love for self-expression through painting and figurative sculpting led her to pursue a career that would allow her to explore the arts. Dyymond’s work has premiered in over 50 major events across the country. Some of her notable collaborations include working with PUMA, the NAACP, Jordan Nike Brand, the Los Angeles Urban League, and most recently partnering with Crayola and the Franklin Institute to break the record for the world’s largest drawing by a single artist, at 6,450 square feet. In 2016, Dyymond was named Temple University’s Homecoming Queen, where she was celebrated for her impact in her community. Today, Dyymond is an artist, curator, and educator. She has always been passionate about educating and exposing youth to creative expression, cultural heritage, and careers in the creative economy.
Last updated: May 27, 2022