Born in Connecticut, Ms. Robushi relocated to California and received her Master of Fine Arts in Art Practice from the University of California at Berkeley. Currently working in cut paper, she has also explored the artistic worlds of clay, sculpture, paint, and wax.

She has exhibited her work throughout California, Connecticut and Montana. Her work is in permanent collections including Stanford University and Paypal, and is included in many private collections. She has shown at the deYoung Museum (deYoung Open 2020 and 2023), Triton Museum of San Jose, the University of Montana, and numerous commercial, public, and non-profit galleries. In 2005, Ms Robushi was one of 13O artists chosen to participate in the premier of the public art project "Hearts in San Francisco". 

Working out of her San Francisco studio at Hunters Point Shipyard, an artists’ colony of over 25O artists, where she has been based since 1989, she's served as Director of the Hunters Point Shipyard Spring Open Studios, and as a board member of The Shipyard Trust for the Arts. Also a dedicated arts educator, Ms. Robushi has served as artist-in-residence in over a dozen San Francisco schools.