About Marissa

Marissa Suto (b.1993) currently lives and works out of her home studio in Southern California. Predominately a relief printmaker, she also has experience with other forms of printmaking such as intaglio, letterpress, lithography, and monotype. She is deeply inspired by the creatures of folklore, Halloween, and pop culture. Her current long term projects are inspired by and revolve around bestiaries and curiosity cabinets.

In her free time she enjoys reading, watching old films, cooking, roller-skating, and experiencing any and all kinds of live and musical theatre.

Marissa is also the Head Coordinator and Curator for The Artist Lodge where she hosts pop-up art events and galleries.


2 years of Printmaking classes from Fullerton College
2 years of Gallery/Exhibition Design Classes from Fullerton College
BA in General Studio Arts from Cal State University Fullerton

Past Exhibitions:

July – ESTE ES UN PAIS LIBRE, Leo Freedman Gallery at CSUF, Fullerton, CA

May – House or Window Flies, Leo Freedman Gallery at CSUF, Fullerton, CA
July – San Diego Comic Con Art Show, San Diego, CA
ICONS Group Art Show, Space 853, Long Beach, CA

December – The Insanity of Fantastick Banality, Leo Freedman Gallery at CSUF, Fullerton, CA
November – Holy Crap, an Art Show, Comic Book Hideout, Fullerton, CA
July – San Diego Comic Con Art Show, San Diego, CA
May – The Death of Asymmetry, Leo Freedman Gallery at CSUF, Fullerton, CA

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