"THE EARLY 21ST CENTURY HAS BEEN AN INCREDIBLY CHAOTIC, UNSTABLE TIME SOCIETALLY POLITICALLY AND TECHNOLOGICALLY FOR MANY OF US AROUND THE WORLD. SUPRINA TRANSMUTES FOUND OBJECTS AND BITS AND PIECES OF EVERY CONCEIVABLE MATERIAL WHILE WORKING ON THE EDGE BETWEEN HUMOR, HORROR AND THE EVERYDAY. SUPRINA’S SCULPTURE SUMMARIZES IN TEXTURES, OBJECTS AND SHAPES, A WORLD THAT WE CAN’T TRY AS WE MIGHT, PUT BACK TOGETHER AGAIN. SHE METAPHORICALLY UNDERSCORES THE NEW REALITIES TO REVEAL THE VISCERAL SPIRIT OF THE TIMES IN HER INTRIGING AND OUTRAGEOUS ASSEMBLAGES THAT NOD TO THE ART OF ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG, EDWARD KIENHOLZ AND BRUCE CONNER, AMONG OTHERS.

                -Virginia Fabbri Butera, Ph.D.

"SUPRINA’S WORK SEAMLESSLY INTEGRATES CONSUMMATE CRAFT AND A STRIKINGLY ORIGINAL STATEMENT IN A TRANSCENDENT, THOUGHT-PROVOKING WHOLE. HER SCULPTURES MARRY A KIND OF INNOCENT, INGENUOUS PERCEPTION TO A DEEP-SEATED POETIC FIERCENESS; LOOKING AT THEM IS LIKE EXPERIENCING THE FORMAL RIGOR OF GIACOMETTI, THE PHILOSOPHICAL FEROCITY OF FRANCIS BACON, AND THE BOUNDLESS INVENTIVENESS OF MAX ERNST ALL ROLLED INTO ONE. THE WORKS ARE NOT ONLY INTERESTING TO LOOK AT, BUT ALSO POSE INTERESTING QUESTIONS ABOUT THE RELATIONSHIP OF HUMAN BEINGS TO THE MATERIAL WORLD. THIS TRULY IS IMPORTANT ART." 

                  -Mark Schnapper