Myda El-Maghrabi is an artist based out of NYC.  She works in a variety of medium, her focus being predominately in sculpture and installation. She has participated in group shows throughout Long Island and Brooklyn, specifically the Patchogue Arts Center in Patchogue, Studio 5404 in Massapequa, and the DUMBO Art Under the Bridge Festival in Brooklyn. She was awarded the Maurice M. and Miriam H. Goldberger for Excellence in Fine Arts at Stony Brook in 2014 and, more recently, has been nominated for the 2016 Dedalus Foundation's MFA Fellowship in Painting & Sculpture.  Her newest work, Each body is a strange beach was recently on view at Stony Brook University's Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery.

She currently lives and works in Astoria and Stony Brook, NY.