Curtis Wallin

Wallin is a polymath American artist whose art spans painting, sculpture, and public art to scenic design. During his career, Wallin’s art has been featured in The Channel Gardens at Rockefeller Center in NYC, sculptures and garden design, at the Thomas Cole House, Catskill NY, where his painting was chosen for a commemorative card set, and with the San Francisco Opera. Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine named him one of three to watch and NYC named him one of the top 150 artists in the city in CURATENYC. Wallin recently installed a multi panel digital painting in LA where he also finished the interior design for an integrative medical practice. He currently is working on a public artwork, DIANA: POWER + LOVE, for NYC (2019), and is designing two stage works for the Harlem Renaissance 100 Festival (Fall ‘19) “Montage of a Dream Deferred” by Langston Hughes, and “And they Lynched him on a Tree” by William Grant Still. Other public artworks include Brooklyn, NY and Michigan. Wallin is the creator and curator of a conceptual art initiative entitled WALLINDIA; he creates monumental artwork for the Kingdom of WALLINDIA whose motto is “Fun & Pretty” featuring himself and his wife as the beloved King and Queen. During his career, Wallin has designed scenery and projections for more than 20 theatrical productions, concerts, and operas, from the classical to the avant-garde including: Seattle Opera, San Francisco Opera, The Austrian Cultural Forum, UCLA, Santa Fe Pro Musica, Eos Orchestra, Cabrillo Festival of Music, NY Botanical Garden, Peter Yarrow & Friends and consulted on the American musical in Moscow. He is a member of United Scenic Artists and graduated cum laude from the University of Michigan.