Outsider artist Harvey has his own contemporary phraseology on art that he has advanced over the past 50 years of existing in an absurd world!
With no formal art training he has relentlessly pursued his own path, experimenting with many diverse types of media to illustrate his occasionally dystopian broodings as original works of art.
With irony, humour, philosophical references, culture and symbolism Harvey ignores convention and conformity to fulfil his own narrative, which at this point of time has culminated in absurd paintings with absurd soundscapes to commune into the ether.
His distinctive 3-D paintings and sculptures juxtaposed with soundscapes create Paintscapes and Sculptscapes, to give a surreal unequaled experience of viewing art.
Daybreak (complete), Espaciogallery, London, 2017
Nice Nihilism, Espaciogallery, London, 2016
Daybreak (the soundscape), The Pavilion, London, and The Pool, France, 2009
Sensuously English, The Barn, Barnwell Peterborough and Studio, London, 2006
Tangled Webs, Studio Exhibition, London, 2004
There’s something at the bottom of the well, Start Gallery, London, 2003
Deconstruction, Start Gallery, London, 2001
If you don’t know what it means, it doesn’t mean anything, Abart, Zurich, 1998
One man limb show, Nomad Art Gallery, London, 1993