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Photo by Imelda Correa Vaughn
Photo by Imelda Correa Vaughn

Suzi Davidoff is an artist based in the Chihuahuan desert of West Texas, creating drawings, prints, animations and collaborative installations that explore themes of structure, sustainability, and perception of the natural world.  Earth, clay, plant materials and cochineal gathered on her walks are incorporated into most of the works on paper.

Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums across the United States.

Recent solo exhibitions include VANISHING AVIANS, Flatbed Press, Austin, TX, SIMPLIFIED WORLD, Rubin Center for the Visual Arts, El Paso, TX and FIELD NOTES, Octavia Gallery, New Orleans, LA. Her work was featured in DRAWN WORLDS at Art Museum of South Texas and in SPECIES IN PERIL ALONG THE RIO GRANDE, 516 ARTS, Albuquerque, NM.  She has been the recipient of a Fiskars Artist’s Residency, a Mid-America NEA Fellowship, and a Ford Foundation/Pollack-Siquieros Binational Art Award. 

Selected permanent collections include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, U.S. Department of State, U.S. Library of Congress, University of New Mexico Art Museum, Texas Tech University Museum and El Paso Museum of Art.