Jillian Harvey

Screen & Digital Printer
BA (hons) Fine Art

My passion is screen printing: the feel of the paper; the white space and producing limited editions but I also have a love of surface pattern and digital work; all three have been known to show up in one print. The freedom and individuality of screen printing, designing the composition and mixing the colour are all part of the joy. Even the unpredictability of screen print is a plus, as you never quite know how it will turn out which is the joy of the process.

Latest News:
Now a Member of People of Print, a great site that promotes printmaking and showcases so many amazingly talented people.
I am also honoured to be a member of the Society of Designer Craftsmen. They are outstanding advocates of craftsmanship and artistry all over the UK.My greetings cards are now being sold at the Garden Museum in London. A beautiful place to get away from the hussle of London and a ten minute walk from Waterloo. All three designs are being sold in an array of vibrant colours.See links below -

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My Work

I have a love of botanical, architectural, geometric, and linear designs. My influences are walking, nature, and travel; in particular the Far East.

Screen Prints - Early Summer 2024 -
Work in Progress

Prints and Greetings Cards in various colours can be purchased from my on line shop. I limit my digital prints to a maximum of 10. My screen prints are usually editioned in 2 or 5.

Digital Prints


Screen Prints


I approach my screen and digital printing as an observation; inspired by my travels and translated through a process where white space becomes increasingly important within the print itself: a reflection of my own detachment when I did travel overseas, as the majority of my images and sketches were made in solitude.The Far East was the main influence for the use of that white space and continues in my practice today. For me, it is a metaphorical pause in printing; meditative and integral to my process and well-being, giving me time to breathe and use the architecture, nature, and elements around me. Within the print the white between two parts has also become a metaphor for me, broken over the past two years, like many people, I now need to mend.Having spent the past years exploring the botanical world, I am looking forward to new explorations. The idea of repair, the joining of two broken parts into something new is where my future work lies. The new work is about mending and repairing.“The world breaks everyone and afterward many are strong at the broken places” Ernest Hemingway.


September 2023
Exhibiting Artist, Wonder Exhibition, Oxmarket Contemporary Gallery, Chichester August/September 2023
November 2023
Group Exhibition Awagami International Miniature Print Exhibition Yamakawa, Yoshinogawa City, Japan
March 2023
Exhibiting Artist, Herbert Headley Gallery, Surrey
January 2023
Member of The Society of Designer Craftsmen
November 2022
Making Space Organisation, Havant
Make Merry Curated Creatives Craft & Art Fair Selected to sell
March 2022
The Great Pot & Print Fair was Selected to sell
September - October 2021
Group Exhibition Resilience & Renewal the Japanese Paper Place, Toronto, Canada.
“The restorative power of nature
throughout the pandemic”
October 2019
Group Exhibition Streatham Arts Festival, London
September 2019
Group Exhibition Awagami International Miniature Print Exhibition Yamakawa, Yoshinogawa City, Japan
June - August 2019
Group Exhibition “Semi-Skimmed” University of Chichester
June 2019
Exhibiting Artist/Printmaker
33 Art Sale Children On the Edge Charity Auction, Petersfield
May 2019
Graduated University of Chichester BA (Hons) First in Fine Art
January 2019
Designed and built Studio
November 2019
Part of the Design Collective Pop-up in Petersfield
November 2018
Collaboration in Screen Print with MA Students University of Chichester
May 2018
Exhibited Foyer, Art One, University of Chichester
September 2019
Exhibited at the Haslemere Arts Society
September 2017
Volunteer setting up University of Chichester MA Degree Show
August 2017
Volunteer at the judging/packing stage of the National Open Art Exhibition
June 2017
Exhibited under the SOAS Art Trail, Studio Tuesday, Haslemere, Surrey
Exhibited and sold work with my co-partner at Studio Tuesday
December 2016
Exhibited and sold work at Studio Tuesday, Haslemere, Surrey Running alongside other artists in the area
May 2015
Curator Group, Otter Gallery, University of Chichester
Curated the MA Summer Show for those graduates completing their MA
December 2015
Curator, Cowdray Park, Studio Tuesday Pop Up
Curated an exhibit for local artists
April 2013
Set up Studio Tuesday, a collaborative art studio with fellow artist
2013 - 2019
Batchelor of Arts Degree First (Hons) in Fine Art
2012 - 2013
Foundation HND Art & Design, UCA Farnham, Surrey
2011 - 2012
Foundation Diploma, West Dean College, West Sussex
1997 - 2011
Director of Administration, Fine Art Auctioneers, Christies/Spink, London, Singapore, Hong Kong, Washington, Australia


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