Daniela Einsdorf works as a graduate sculptor and art teacher in the Swabian town of Überlingen in southern Germany. She got her degree at the Alanus school of art in Bonn and continued her studies as a student in Erich Glauer’s master class in Stuttgart. Einsdorf has been doing freelance work for many years and has been able to exhibit her works in a variety of ways. However, she is best known for her works in public spaces. Perhaps the best known of these has a tragic background: a sculpture made of glass, metal, and bronze recalls the catastrophic airplane crash near where she lives, in which two planes collided, killing 71 people.