Jeremiah Jackson (New Venice)

He was a well-known late 21st century and early 22nd century artist was from the former city of Miami. He was born on August 8, 2046 in the suburbs of Miami. As he grew up in the 2040s the city of Miami experienced a series of devastating floods. By the time he was 31 much of the city of Miami was was rendered uninhabitable as a result of sea level rise and intense environmental sustainability. He became artists and 2060s as first art gallery exhibit was displayed at the Venetian Museum of art and culture in 2079. He is one of the most well-known African-American artists in the late 21st century. His paintings tackled social theme such as police brutality, environmental destruction. Many of his paintings also featured the city of Miami before was completely destroyed in the late 21st century. He remembers the great city of Miami and honors in his paintings. He also pioneered the style of new Impressionism which was a modern reinterpretation of Impressionist art. His landscape paintings were considered the most beautiful paintings in a century. He was known as the Venetian Monet in the last issue of Time life magazine.

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