Suze Woolf

Visual Arts

Suze Woolf’s work is about human relationships to nature. A painter, she explores a range of media from watercolor to paper-casting, from artist books to pyrography and installation--sometimes all together. Her background ranges from fine art to computer graphics and interface design.

Her installation “State of the Forest,” based on 14 years of painting individual burned trees, is currently part of the Environmental Impact II tour from 2019-2023.

She has exhibited throughout Washington State but also in Utah, British Columbia, Maryland, California, Colorado, Oklahoma, Arizona, and Washington DC. Her work is in regional public collections as well as many private ones. She has received awards from arts organizations, universities and colleges, residencies in Zion, Glacier, Capitol Reef and North Cascades National Parks, the Grand Canyon Trust; and art colonies such as the Banff Centre, the Vermont Studio Center, Willowtail Springs, Jentel, Playa and Centrum.

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