Matt Foreman is a studio artist and graphic designer based out of New Orleans, Louisiana. He specializes in wide range of studio art including large scale hand painted portraits, as well as stenciling, screen printing and digital photography. With an AA in Visual Communication, Matt's work has hung in dozens of shows throughout the southeast, including 5 solo exhibitions, and multiple successful collaborative exhibitions with artists Andrew Dyck, Bob Tannen, and Nate Phelps, to name a few.
In 2010, his work was chosen to hang beside the artwork of Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein, at the Vaughn Christopher Gallery in Houston, Texas, for their show "Four Decades of American Pop". Matt was awarded 2nd Place in the 2011 "Charleston Portrait Slam" sponsored by Redux Contemporary Art Center.
Matt's work can also be seen on permanent display all over the country including the New Orleans Contemporary Museum of Art, Gasa Gasa on Ferrett Street, Graphite Gallery on Royal, Alecia's Alley, and Landis Salon.