About the Artist

Sleek lines, elegant curves, compelling forms, inviting textures, and seductive colors derived from nature are characteristics of Cameron Zebrun’s work. He is a renaissance man inspired by the natural world. Zebrun’s curiosity to dive deep has led him into deserts, glacial basins, forests, mountains, river deltas, and other ecosystem. The fields of cartography, geography and topography also play important roles in his work. The result is elegant sculptures, such as Chart, created on very thin layers of wood on which Zebrun paints and collages abstractions from his observations.

Cameron Zebrun’s work has been exhibited in galleries, art centers, and in university museums across the U.S. His work also lives in many private collections, and has been collected by the Minnesota Museum of American Art in St. Paul, Minnesota and the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art in Madison, Wisconsin. For 26 years until his retirement in 2017, Zebrun was on staff at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis as Director of Program Services. While at the Walker, he was in charge of the re-installation of the Walker Art Center’s renovated and expanded outdoor sculpture garden. Zebrun has been represented by Kolman & Pryor Gallery since 2014.