Suborna Morsheada's artistic endeavors span a wide range of media, including etching, lithography, wood engraving, and anything within the gamut of applied and fine art. A graduate of the Department of Printmaking at Dhaka University's Faculty of Fine Arts, her primary muse is the profound interplay between love and life. Her artworks are deeply inspired by her emotional experiences and journey as an artist, spanning the spectrum from joy and serenity to moments of sadness and despair. Her works have been showcased in numerous exhibitions at home and abroad including 10th Ulsan International Woodcut Print Biennial 2022, South Korea; Documenta Fifteen 2022, Germany; 17th Asian Art Biennial 2016, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy, Dhaka; Chobi Mela 2018 organized by Drik and Pathshala; Young Artist Art Exhibition (2016, 18, 22) Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy, Dhaka. She has also attended a number of art residencies and workshop across the world. Suborna won Kibria Young Printmaker Best Award in 2016 and also won Berger Best Young Painter Award in 2018.