MarSha Yi Robinson is a self-taught artist who was born in Seoul, Korea; raised in both New York and Los Angeles; and currently lives in the Southwest. Her artwork—hand-drawn and primarily using India ink—combines both floral and geometric structures. The contrast between the floral and geometric produces a dynamic tension that troubles binary relationships, such as feminine/masculine, hard/soft, and organic/synthetic. In doing so, her paintings challenge commonplace notions of floral beauty, expanding botanical aesthetics and concepts into more diverse and nuanced territory. Since 2014, Robinson created and sold her original works and fine art prints as Strange Dirt. She shows with Skye Gallery in New York City.