Zinnes has had seven solo exhibitions in New York City, including at Causey Contemporary Fine Art, Janet Kurnatowski Gallery, Tribes Gallery, and The Art Center at Queens College, CUNY, a number of solo shows upstate NY at the Alliance Gallery (Narrowsburg) and CANO (Oneonta), as well as been included in many group exhibitions. Her work has been reviewed in The New York Times, New York Newsday, New York Arts Magazine, Art New England, The Queens Tribune Revolt Magazine, Art News, The Indypendent, Abstract Art Online and From The Mayor’s Doorstep. She has twice been interviewed on NPR’s affiliate station, WJFF. Zinnes has received awards from the National Academy of Design, and fellowships from the Virginia Center for the Arts, and Cummington Community For The Arts. She is in many private and public collections. Currently Alice Zinnes is an Adjunct Full Professor with CCE (tenure for adjuncts) at The Pratt Institute. Since 2008 she has also been a strong voice in the fight against fracking and the movement towards a fossil-free, sustainable world.