Seattle-based Suze Woolf’s work is usually about human relationships to nature, and she does much of it in the field. She studied ceramics and printmaking at the University of Washington. An early adopter of computer graphics and personal computers, her career has included graphic design for printed materials and computer interfaces. Now primarily a watercolorist, she also explores a range of media from paper-casting and artist books to pyrography, sometimes combining all of them. 

She has exhibited around Puget Sound but also in Utah, British Columbia, Maryland, California, Colorado, Oklahoma and Washington DC. Her work is in regional public collections as well as many private ones. She has also acted as the curator and organizer of a large traveling exhibit, juried several public competitions and contributed work to arts and environmental organizations.

She has won a variety of regional and national awards, from the Northwest Watercolor Society, the Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolor, Artist Trust’s GAP grant; artist residencies in Zion, Glacier, Capitol Reef and North Cascades National Parks, for the Grand Canyon Trust; as well as at art colonies such as the Banff Centre, the Vermont Studio Center, Willowtail Springs and the Jentel Foundation.