Suprina was born in New York and studied sculpture at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia but never earned her degree. Instead she gained the knowledge of her craft from working in the field of promotional, prop making. Some of her clients were Annie Leibovitz, Apple Computer and Bloomingdales. After 9/11 Suprina decided she would focus solely on her own art, which is created with dross, modeling, casting and painting. Her works are narrative, figurative and deal with our human condition and social issues. She was selected to create an interactive public sculpture on Governors Island in 2012, and was voted 'best portfolio' by Pro Arts in 2013, which awarded her a full room installation at the Drawing Rooms in Jersey City. In the fall of 2013, thirty-two of her sculptures were shown in the Morristown court house for 10 days of a 3 month show before the County Sheriff deemed her work 'dangerous to the public' and demanded they all be removed. He placed a 24/7 guard on the work until Suprina removed it. Fifteen of the 32 sculptures were placed at Gallery Aferro the same day it was removed from Morristown. This experience inspired Suprina to create a series of 'Dangerous Art'. She has worked in Detroit with a film animator in 2014, creating one piece about our justice system titled "Justice for All". Suprina has shown in Chicago, New Jersey, Scottsdale, AZ, Brooklyn and Chelsea, Manhattan.