Joanna Ham is a British mixed media artist whose work seeks to capture and express the power of human sentiment. Her pieces - whether based on objects, people or animals - focus on representing the emotions that surround us every day.
Joanna gained a BA in Fine Art with a specialism in anatomy at The Ruskin School of Drawing, Oxford University. She has exhibited with Saatchi Gallery, Liberty London, The Other Art Fair, London Design Festival, Billy Name, The Serena Morton Gallery and Modern Art Oxford.
In 2016 her work was selected for the National Original Print Exhibition by the Royal Society of Painter - Printmakers.
In 2018, Joanna was awarded the Aviva Women of Future Arts and Culture Prize, Natwest's UK Creative Entrepreneur of the Year and was shortlisted for the Global Rise Art Print Prize.
Joanna has created bespoke artwork for Nike, Hilton, The Berkeley, We Work, Print Club London and Eurostar’s 20th Anniversary and been featured in the likes of Harpers Bazaar, The Sunday Times and Design Milk. She is also the founder and illustrator of design brand HAM.