Kerry Moosman received his BFA in Ceramics and Sculpture in 1975 and Graduate degree in Ceramics in 1982, both from Boise State University . He has been an art instructor at Boise Parks and Recreation’s Fort Boise Community Center since 1982. In 2006 he received the Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts and in 2013 he received the Mayor’s Award for Excellence in Arts & History for Artistic Excellence. He completed two public artworks, one on the back of the McCarthy Building off 9th Street between Bannock and Idaho called “Alley History” and one on the back of the Idanha off 10th Street near Main St. called “Spirit of the Healing Waters.” His ceramic works are in numerous private collections and in the Boise Art Museum and Portland Art Museum collections. He has been in many exhibitions in Idaho and the Pacific Northwest in the past thirty years. In 2016 he was featured in a three-person exhibition at the Prichard Art Gallery at University of Idaho in Moscow.