Imagine being four years old, seeing an artist draw a person in front of you, and deciding right then and there the magic was to be your chosen career path. Sound impossible? Well, not for professional artist Jeremy Wade.
Jeremy was so taken by art he immediately started trying to draw the pictures he had seen. He insisted on creating pictures for everyone to see – whether he knew them or not!
When it became apparent that this was no passing fancy, Jeremy’s parents bought him his first art set at the age of five. Overwhelmed by how many pictures could be made out of one little art set, Jeremy drove head first and has never looked back.
By age seven, Jeremy had combined his love of art with his other love – painting. After school each day, Jeremy would sharpen his art skills with other students in the after-school art clubs.
During his high school years, studying and going to work to make ends meet, Jeremy grew not only in art, but also in business and leadership. Somewhere in that mix he found the time to continue his own while working as a prep cook.
In the years to come, Jeremy would end up taking web design courses at Chattahoochee Technical College. Jeremy consistently enters art festivals in the Atlanta area. He is a Wonder Root member (non-profit organization for up and coming artists). He also works as a Comic Book Penciler/Inker while currently working on his own comic book. He is constantly developing characters and painting acrylics when he is not spending time with his wife, Debra Dixon-Wade, and his 4-year-old daughter, Chloe Coren (C.C.) Wade.