Jem Ham is a Melbourne born artist who started painting on brick walls with water at the age of four. He now lives by the beach in Fremantle, Western Australia.

Falling broadly within the abstract expressionist style, his art comes with a large dose of heart, a touch of the surreal and psychedelic, a hint of realism, and a dash of whimsy. In essence, his works are a soapbox for the subconscious mind, giving voice to the imaginative world within.

“I believe that the imagination is the passport we create to take us into the real world”.

John Guare – Six Degrees of Separation