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I, Jade Foreman, am a young up-and-coming Chicago based artist. In the dictionary, an artist is defined as one who creates or who is skilled at something. However, to me, being an artist is being intersectional with ideas and expressive in thought. Being an artist means being limitless; artists can also be teachers, activists, scientists, and historians. I see my work being an engine for change and a creator of peace. Individual growth and societal growth are interdependent so as a grow and create the world does with me and vice versa. My work is my contribution as a citizen, my contribution to a more peaceful world. I am still learning how to be all of these things and tracking my progress via website updates. I’m on the South Side for now but moving fast, so try and keep up!
Thank you all for your love and support.

  • Jade


Summer 2019 was an amazing one; I had the opportunity to study the things I love most- art, history, and their intersection intimately. Greece has a rich history and has produced some of the most notable artists, historians, and philosophers in recorded history. I have seen very few things that have truly taken my breath away, and Greece was one of them. I spent time in Mykonos, Santorini, and Athens, all amazing cities in their own respects. Below are my favorite photos from that trip; some will be available as stationary and/or prints, check out my virtual shop to order!

The first photo of a church dedicated to St. Nikolas and is one of my favorite captures of the summer. St. Nikolas is the Saint that looks over the sailors so the majority of the churches in his name are costal. Photos 2-4 are of the Aegean Sea, the body of water surround Greek Islands.