-released by OPSU Campus Communications 05/03/06
by Danielle Robinson
Goodwell, Okla. — Danielle L. Robinson,
a Walnut, Calif. native, has already graduated once from
Oklahoma Panhandle State University. In 2004, she received
a Bachelor of Psychology degree with minors in art and sociology.
She fell in love with art and her natural eagerness and encouragement
from her professors led her to obtain a second degree. She
is now completing her senior semester for a Bachelor of Fine
Arts (BFA) degree at OPSU.
Her work is greatly influenced by her native state of California.
She enjoys everything about the ocean, including catching that
nice wave and getting a great ride, the sand beneath her feet
and the sun hitting her face. When observing her work, it shows
her love for the ocean. Whether it be in acrylic, ceramic,
sculpture, or watercolor, she includes a piece of her love
for the ocean.
She has work featured at The Wild Horse
Gallery and The Gallery: a Meeting Place in Guymon, Okla.
To complete her BFA she is required to hold a Senior Art
show demonstrating her growth as an artist. She welcomes
all interested in attending her art exhibit “Cali-Homa,” to
be held at the Noble Cultural Arts and Activity Center, May
8-10. The reception will be held on Monday, May 8 from 3:30-7:30
p.m. with an artist talk at 4:00 p.m. There will be public
viewing May 9-10 between the hours of 5:30-9:30 p.m. The
public is welcome to attend.