Peggy Sivert Zask

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Burden, Concrete, 2011 Ceramic/Mixed Media 18"X12"X14"
Doors, 1992 Wooden Doors, Tar, Money Door Size © peggy Sivert Zask
Whats Inside, Outside, 2010 Vinatge Wall Paper, Acrylic On Paper 24 X 30 © peggy sivert Zask
Stride, 2014 Found Media 12 X 14 X 4 © peggy sivert Zask
Im not human like you, 2012 Ceramic/Mixed Media 11 X 14 © peggy sivert Zask
Yellow Woman, Red Horse, 2013 Watercolor On Paper 11x14 © peggy Sivert Zask
Burden Concrete, 2011 Porcelain, Concrete 18"X12"X14" © peggy Sivert Zask
sketch, 2011 Ink, Mixed Media 16 X20 © peggy Sivert Zask
Control, 2014 Acrylic, Mixed Media 14 X 16 © peggy Sivert Zask
Peggy Sivert Zask
Herd, 2014 Ceramic/Mixed Media Vary © peggy Sivert Zask
Quick Facts
los Angeles
Lives in
Rancho Palos Verdes
Works in
San Pedro
Cal State University Dominguez Hills, 2004, MA Humanities
California State University Los Angeles (CSULA)
Representing galleries
sculpture, mixed-media, installation, conceptual, modern
Statement / Bio

Peggy Sivert Zask was born in Los Angeles and grew up in Palos Verdes Peninsula.  She received a BA in Art Education from California State University, Long Beach and a Masters degree in Humanities from CSU Dominguez Hills.


She served as a Peace Corps Volunteer for two years in Central America and Worked as a high school Art teacher in Manhattan Beach for 20 years.  She is also an artist and has always made sure to block out time everyday to create her personal work.


She ran several galleries and a non-profit art museum in the 1990s, but returned to art teaching while she raised her children.  She began Zask Gallery in 2006 located in Rancho Palos Verdes, which ran for 8 years until 2013 when she incorporated as South Bay Contemporary and became non profit public charity art organization.  She will be hosting her exhibitions in a space in San Pedro as of 2015.


The mission of South Bay Contemporary:

Bridging art, science and humanities through exhibitions and experimental projects serving the South Bay

Engaging the community in reflection of the meaning and relevance of contemporary art

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