Heidi Carlsen-Rogers is an artist whose photographic work translates the way she observes harmony, complexity and wonder in the world around her.
Heidi's work is rooted in the way she connects with natural and social environments, places and objects.
With her floral photography as foundation, she merges visual impressions with concepts that explore connectedness, wellbeing, inclusiveness & preservation of beauty. The ongoing tension between divine & human nature is an overarching theme in her work.
In 2016, she was awarded an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Arkansas Arts Council. Heidi’s work was selected for inclusion in the 2019-2020 Arkansas Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts juried artists registry. Her work can be found in private and corporate collections and select public installations throughout the US.
She holds a B.S. degree from Kent State University and worked professionally in the visual display industry prior to becoming a full-time artist.
Born in Alabama, she has lived in Connecticut, Ohio and Chicago and was influenced by the diverse experiences, perspectives and personal history that were gathered while living in different regions of the country. She currently resides in and maintains a studio in NW Arkansas.