Joe Ramm studied Illustration at the Harrow School of Art before working as an editorial freelance Illustrator in London for 10 years. Later, she moved to Brighton and began to establish her own unequivocal style painting dreamy and characterful scenes on wood. Joe has exhibited at various shows, including The Brighton Art Fair and Battersea Contemporary Art Fair; as well as gallery events, including AOI Gallery, the Medici Gallery, and The IO Gallery. She also exhibits at the Brighton Open House Festival.
Still, in Brighton, she now works in her studio at the end of the garden.
Wild landscapes are a great source of inspiration to Joe, having connections with the West Country and spending much time walking along the South Coast, where the environment provides creative influence for her next project.
Her love of all animals started at a very young age. She was always keen to rescue animals, whether injured ones or just moving snails off the pavement so they didn’t get trampled. Her fondness for animals has persevered up to this day, for she continues to rescue animals and regularly donates a percentage of her profits to animal charities, notably The Wildlife Haven in Thirsk, North Yorkshire.