My never-ending quest to make something interesting to look at is aided by principles of Improvisation, purposeful Inquiry, a love of Gesture, investigations of Self, of Space, and a search for the Divine.
Zolin's work can currently be seen at the 24th International Juried Show at the New Jersey Center of Visual Arts curated by Susan Kismaric of the Museum of Modern Art. Art by Steve Zolin has also been recently seen at the International Juried Show at Box Heart Gallery in Pittsburgh, and at Red Dot Fair in Miami. Aside from the tri-state area and Florida, Zolin has exhibited widely in Santa Fe, NM where he spent nine years enmeshed in the city’s art scene. His most recent solo exhibition contained a large body of work exploring the structure of space at the Clifton Art Center in NJ. Career highlights include a 13’mural for Senator Joseph Lieberman’s home synagogue in CT, a 35’ musical mural for a high school, and numerous other commissions including 13’ and 16’ paintings for restaurants in Santa Fe, a 60’ backdrop of Emerald City for a theatrical production of the Wizard of Oz, and several 30’ mobiles for Florida State University.