Ligel Lambert is a talented interdisciplinary artist, educator, graphic designer, and entrepreneur born in Cap-Haïtien, Haiti; he became a US citizen on October 16, 2003, while serving in the United States Marine Corps and currently resides in New York City, United States. He has lived and worked in Japan, South Korea, China, and the US. His artistic skills span painting, collage, printmaking, assemblage, and sculpture. Ligel holds a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree in Interdisciplinary Art/Painting from the Royal Melbourne Institute (RMIT) University in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (2013). He also completed a Master's degree in Education (M.Ed.) in Curriculum & Instruction from the University of West Florida in Pensacola, Florida, USA (2021). He holds a Bachelor of Fine Art (BFA) in Graphic Design (2011). As a seasoned educator, Ligel has taught in the US, South Korea, Japan, and China. He has collaborated with notable figures such as Wycliffe Gordon, Howard R. Paul, and Bob James. Ligel’s work has been exhibited in galleries across parts of the world, including New York; Savannah, Georgia; Su Zhou, China; Melbourne, Australia; Jacksonville, Florida; Virginia Beach, Virginia; and Raleigh, North Carolina. His artworks can be found in a few private and public collections at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia; Savannah, Georgia; Tisdell Cottage Foundation and Coastal Jazz Association in Savannah, Georgia, City of Jacksonville, Florida, Wycliffe Gordon, and Kasseem Dean (Swizz Beatz).
I am constantly exploring the different ways that sound can be interpreted and represented visually. My work is centered around the relationship between sound and its graphical/visual representations, which is an ongoing process. I also use the concept of transmediation to further explore ideas related to sound. Through experimentation with various materials, I aim to capture the emotional, physical, spiritual, and psychological impact of living in our world. My work is influenced by my personal identity, interests, and reflections on social commentary, which are concealed within my musical notations developed since my youth.Download my CV
2021 – Present
E.d.D.C.T. · Teachers College, Columbia University · New York City, New York, USA
M.Ed. · The University of West Florida · Pensacola, Florida, USA
MFA · Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University · Melbourne, Victoria, Australia