Harriet Richardson is a London-based artist and designer, known for her conceptual, graphic art. Born in Manchester, Richardson's work is heavily influenced by her upbringing and experiences in the UK. She studied graphic art at a local college before moving to Preston to attend the prestigious University of Central Lancashire. On the day of her graduation, Richardson relocated to London, where she has been for the last 8 years.
Richardson's art is known for its bold, graphic style, versatility, and conceptual underpinnings. She often explores themes of identity, sexuality, and social issues in her work. Her pieces are a mix of traditional mediums such as painting and drawing, as well as digital and new media, such as scanning and digital image manipulaton.
In addition to her fine art practice, Richardson also works as a graphic designer and illustrator, after refining her craft at design behemoth Pentagram for 4 years. She has exhibited her work in galleries and museums across the UK and Europe, and her art can be found in private and public collections around the world.