Suzanna Fields was born in Abingdon, Virginia and resides and works in Richmond, Virginia. She is an artist whose work has ranged from large site specific installations to sculptures comprised of only paint. Her current works consist of ink and acrylic abstractions panel on panel and synthetic paper. Exhibitions include the New Gallery of Modern Art, Charlotte, NC, the Laurel Rogers Museum of Art Laurel, MS, The University of Southern Mississippi Museum of Art, Hattiesburg, MS, the Weatherspoon Museum of Art , Greensboro, NC, the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University
in Roanoke, VA, Heurich Gallery, Washington, DC, Irvine Contemporary, Washington DC , Randolph Macon College, Ashland, VA, Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, VA and the Contemporary Art Center of Virginia in Virginia Beach.
Suzanna has been recognized in The Washington Post, Washington City Paper, New American Paintings, Art Papers Magazine, the Atlanta Constitution Journal, the Roanoke Times, and the Richmond Times Dispatch. Honors include a Liquitex Purchase prize, a Bethesda Contemporary Painting Award, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts a Fellowship and finalist recognition for the Trawick Prize.
Her work is in the collection of the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum, the corporate collections of Capital One, Philip Morris, and Retail Data LLC as well as private collections, including Shepard and Amanda Fairey, Kathie and Stephen Markel and Bill and Pam Royall.
Suzanna holds an MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University, in Richmond VA, and BA’s in Art and English from Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, VA.