Heidi Almosara has exhibited her artwork in over ninety exhibitions across the continental US, including Alaska and Hawaii, as well as, Russia, Peru, Japan, New Zealand, Finland, Germany, Taiwan, and Guatemala. As a multidisciplinary artist, Heidi’s artwork has expanded into various forms such as: serigraphy, collagraph, various paint mediums, collage, photography, site-specific works, and botanical sculptures. In addition to actively exhibiting as an artist, Heidi is the owner of The Blue Kenzan where she teaches ikebana. She lived in Japan for three years and studied at the Sogetsu Foundation in Tokyo learning ikebana – the Japanese art of flower arranging. In 2019, she completed the required five levels of study and was awarded the Teacher’s Diploma from the Sogetsu Foundation. Her additional education includes a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in studio art from Texas Christian University and a Master of Fine Arts degree in printmaking from the University of Dallas. Since receiving her masters, she has taught at several colleges and universities and has over fifteen years of teaching experience including two full time professorships. Currently, Heidi lives in Colorado Springs with her husband and inquisitive French bulldog.