Suzanne Lago Arthur holds a BFA from the Corcoran School of Art and Design and an MA in Museum Studies from George Washington University. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally in such venues as the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC, The Museum of the Americas, Washington DC, EuroAmerica Galleries, SoHo, NYC, and The United States Special Interests Section, Havana, Cuba. She was mentioned by name for the Havana exhibition in the New York Times article, “Lighting Matches in Cuba on the 4th” by Fred Bernstein and most recently in U.S. Ambassador Huddleston’s memoir on her service in Cuba, entitled Our Woman in Havana: A Diplomat's Chronicle of America's Long Struggle with Castro's Cuba.
Suzanne’s recent subject matter includes still life and figurative paintings. She has been exploring the themes of contemplation, transience and beauty in her florist series. She is a juried member of the International Guild of Realism (IGOR), Oil Painters of America (OPA) American Women Artists (AWA) and is a member of the Portrait Society of America. Suzanne is also a copyist at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC.