In 2012, in a solo exhibition at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Zoll exhibited paintings and videos in the Holeman Video gallery. The show was curated as a way to challenge the video program by showing Zoll’s videos which she created by filming her reflective paintings. Zoll’s process was profiled by PBS Digital Studios, The Art Assignment, and has recently been published into a book. In 2015, Zoll exhibited her reflective paintings in a MidWest painting survey at Elmhurst Museum of Art in Illinois. At that time Zoll received a Creative Renewal Award in which she started making ink from Black Beans. This award helped her integrate composting and growing her ink into her creative practice. 2015 brought about a public art commission, which is sixty feet long and remains Zoll’s most active piece as it connects viewers to the city of Indianapolis on a daily basis. This public access to artwork deeply influenced her. In 2017, Zoll was the recipient of the DeHaan Artist of Distinction Award, an award focusing on innovation - this award allowed Zoll to begin her Nanomaterials exploration. Zoll’s most recent two-person exhibition was the first exhibit for Indianapolis Contemporary. She exhibited her Black Bean Solar Panel, 40,000 Black Beans woven into a grid, fruit dyed TiO2 glass installations, and grew black beans during the exhibit. For 2020 Zoll looks forward to developing public Land Artworks with Nanotechnology and establishing fruit waste collections.