A native of Missoula, MT, Cyrra Robinson moved to Seattle, WA to attend Cornish College of the Arts. After a year she transferred to The Evergreen State College, where she graduated with a BA in Sculpture focusing on metalwork and stone carving. She won the People's Choice Award for the 2017 Percival Plinth Project in Olympia, WA, and placed First Runner-up in the 2016 Percival Plinth Project. She is currently a Research Fellow working with Sculptor, Robert Leverich. In 2014 she began working as a Proficiency Trainer at The Evergreen State College's Metal Shop where she teaches students how to weld and properly use the equipment. She has exhibited her work in Vermont, Washington, and Montana, and currently has sculptures on display in Washington, Montana, and Vermont. She is living and working at her studio in Tumwater, WA.