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. In addition to charcoal, graphite and ink, Davidoff uses found organic materials. Moss, clay, cochineal, earth, and lichen collected on her walks are rubbed into the surfaces of the work, creating a physical connection between personal experience and finished work. Her work is exhibited nationally and selected permanent collections include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, National Museum of Women in the Arts, U.S. Department of State, Hallmark Collection, Texas Tech University Museum and El Paso Museum of Art.