Matthew Foreman is a Graphic Designer and Artist based out of New Orleans, Louisiana, who specializes in a range of professional skills which include: Advanced Digital Imaging , Studio Art, Photography,

& Large Scale Visual Projection Mapping. Matt's work has hung in dozens of shows throughout the southeast, including 5 solo exhibits, and multiple successful collaborative exhibitions with artists Andrew Dyck, Bob Tannen, and Nate Phelps.  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"

Matthew graduated with honors from Delgado Community College in New Orleans at City Park with an AA in Visual Communications & Graphic Design.  In the last 3 years, he has actively studied and applied various elements of


commercial & artist photography and awarded Judges' Choice for Design at DCC's 2013 Student Exhibition.  He plans to further pursue his BA in Graphic Arts & Marketing while effectively working in the field. Current hand painted works can be seen at Graphite Gallery,  936 Royal Street, in New Orleans, Louisiana, as well as Landis Studio in Charleston, South Carolina.   Over 60 digital maps from a large scale collaborative project with Bob Tannen hangs at the third floor of the Contemporary Art Center of New Orleans.  The original exhibit hung during White Linen Night|2016, for the Contemporary Art Center's 40th anniversary show.