Danielle L. Robinson was born and raised in Southern California. She is a sculptor and adjunct professor at Fort Hays State University and Crowder College. Her sculptures are inspired by her natural surroundings. Her abstractions of landscape terrain use a multitude of environmental concepts relevant to erosion, drought, and rising seas. Her forms manipulate the space to create visual balance, using texture, harmony, and rhythm. She then fuses the landscape abstractions to resemble an industrial remedy to environmental problems in existence today.