Art is in her blood. As the daughter of an artist, Jamie grew up surrounded by art and artists, and even makes her own gorgeous jewelry. This venture is a chance for her to not only indulge her own creative muse, but to encourage it in others. “I recognized how important doing something creative was in my life, and this space is the result.”
Foreman celebrates local artists and artisans. All of the artists featured at Menagerie on Main live and work less than an hour away. When browsing the space, you can see works by Philip Gard, Clint Brownlee, Jennifer Griffin, Olivia McKinley, Jude Lindquist, and Anna Ladefoged, among many others. While Foreman calls Menagerie on Main a work in progress, it already feels complete. Menagerie on Main is like a fair for adults, with something new around every corner. Every table and every wall beckon you to stop and take a closer look. Jamie Foreman is the heart and soul of this comprehensive exhibition, and she celebrates and uplifts both the artists and the lucky visitors that take the time to open her door.
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