H e l l o !
My name is Judith Harvey.
My artist pseudonym is JAH.
I am an emerging Sydney-based artist who is interested in sound, music and screen print.
I am a graduate of the University of New South Wales, Art & Design, with a Bachelor of Fine Art with Honours.
I am known for my theorem of Visual Transposition.
My artist practice is driven by an idea I first experimented with in 2017, meshing my knowledge of screen printing and music composition. Since 2017, I have woven together music and fine art theory’s’, documented in my 2018 manifesto. Succeeding this, 2019 brought historical context to my theorem through completing my honours thesis.
I have exhibited nationally and internationally in group shows and awards since 2015. Notable achievements include the 4th Xi’an International Printmaking Workshop in 2017, a Group exhibition showcasing students from globally esteemed universities in the East Gallery of the Xian Academy of Fine Art, in Xi’an, China. I have also exhibited in The Art Space, Singapore, and currently have work showing in the Clyde and Co Law firm on George Street, Sydney and Megalo's Online Screen exhibtion.
I have won notable prizes such as the 2018 New South Wales, Royal Agricultural Society Medallion for Excellence in Printmaking, in addition to receiving first place in the Printmaking class in the Arts and Crafts section of the Royal Easter Show. Also, I was a finalist for the 2017 Mosman Youth Art Prize, 2018 Waverley Art Prize, and 2018 & 2020 Fisher's Ghost Prize. Most recently, I debuted in a Solo Exhibition Music Meets Screen Print at M2 Gallery Surry Hills, Sydney and to follow a group exhibition Edition Two at White Rhino Gallery with More Than Reproduction.
I am an active member of More than Reproduction a collective all about women and printmaking based in Sydney. People of Print is another platform I am represented by, and is a global print publication based in London. Until its conclusion I was apart of Was Printed, a print collective based at Waverley Woollahra Art School. This led to two successful teaching opportunities at WWAS.