Steve Tobin is a renowned American conceptual artist who has gained widespread recognition for his monumental sculptures and global public installations. Distinctively blending scientific methodologies with industrial processes and utilizing recycled materials, Tobin has become a master of innovative techniques in bronze, steel, ceramic and glass. Among his notable creations stands the Trinity Root, an impressive 20-foot-tall bronze cast depicting a 70-year-old sycamore tree that served as a protective shield for St. Paul’s Chapel during the 9/11 debris fallout.

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Steve Tobin is a conceptual American artist working in steel and bronze with a history in glass and ceramics. He is best known for his monumental public sculpture installations, including the Trinity Root, which was executed after 9/11 and placed at St. Paul’s Chapel in Lower Manhattan.

Over the last forty years, Tobin has mastered highly innovative techniques, applying his knowledge of science to art making. Merging scientific methods with industrial processes and recycled materials, his sculpture works defy time, gravity, and chemistry while channeling the forces of nature.

Tobin’s sculptures are exhibited in museums across the world from the United States to Europe and Asia. His works have been featured in numerous media and press publications including, CNN, Art in America, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Sculpture Magazine. Tobin’s art studios are located in Quakertown, Pennsylvania. He was born 1957, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.