Suze Woolf burned tree watercolor painting   Suze Woolf painting    Suze Woolf watercolor painting of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

Stehekin Sentinel, Knotted and Glen Canyon Light are touring in America's Parks through the Beauty of Art, Encore Exhibits, in museums across the United States throughout 2016.





A rotated image of the Suze Woolf painting 51.5" x 15", watercolor on paper (rotated for screen display)

The Landscape of Fire toured with America's Parks through the Beauty of Art to Missouri, New York and Wisconsin throughout most of 2013. Currently in Kalamazoo, MI, it joined Environmental Impact and has continued to tour with this exhibit throughout its itinerary in 2014 through 2016. I'm honored to be in the same exhibit with such environmental luminaries as Edward Burtynski and Richard Misrach. Stanford's Millenium Alliance for Humanity and Biosphere recently posted my essay "Fire in a Warming World" linked to the exhibit.

"...pushes the traditional boundaries of watercolor into new territory" and "feels larger than life" says Sarah E. Buhr, Curator, Springfield Art Museum, about The Topography of Fire in Watercolor USA's 2014 exhibit catalog.


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