Suze Woolf exhibit on display at Lynnwood Library

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“Elephant Canyon” by Suze Woolf (photo by Suze Woolf)

Suze Woolf has been drawing all her life. After a degree at McGill University, she pursued fifth-year studies in ceramics and printmaking at the UW. An early adopter of computer graphics, her career included graphic design and interface design. For ten years she has painted watercolors, but also explored hot tools for drawing, paper-casting and artist books.

She has completed artist residencies at the Vermont Studio Center and the Banff Centre, Zion and North Cascades national parks, and the Grand Canyon Trust. She is the recipient of grants and awards from Artist Trust, City of Kent, Zion Park Foundation, Pacific Northwest Fine Arts Competition, Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour and others. She has been an invited plein air competitor in Zion National Park, the Columbia Gorge and the Olympic Peninsula.

“While primarily a painter, artist books or book arts are becoming an increasing part of my artistic practice,” Woolf said in a press release. “They are intimate, dimensional, unfold through time and carry a host of cultural signifiers. My particular specialty has been marrying organic forms and materials with advances in digital fabrication technologies.”

Her exhibit will be on display until July 28 at the Lynnwood Library, inside the multi-purpose room. Call the library ahead at 425-778-2148 for viewing availability, as the room may be occupied.

The Lynnwood Library is located at 19200 44th Ave. W.

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