Meet the Artists

Henry Harvey

Henry graduated from Franklin and Marshall College where he majored in philosophy. Henry was accepted pre-law at Columbia. Then, because of the Vietnam lottery (unlucky #17), he instead flew jet fighters in the US Air Force. Henry was also a launch officer for the Titan II missiles in Tucson, Arizona, as well as TEMPEST officer (electronic debugging) in the Pacific Theater. Henry has invented/patented many devices outside the world of sculpting, including Omega Shock, a new approach to bicycle suspensions, Dragon Chess, a variation of regular chess, Dragon Teeth, an improved wall hanger, Aardvark, an improved snow shovel, and a new board game called Da Vinci. Henry has written several novels, has won an award for his screenplay of Potter’s Mill, and has published a number of short stories. One of his novels (Potter’s Mill) has been optioned for a movie in Hollywood.







Cameron Harvey

Cameron graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh. Cameron is an accomplished fencer and teaches fencing at the Bucks County Academy of Fencing in New Hope, Pennsylvania. He is currently studying to be a fencing master. Cameron is also an accomplished artist, caricaturist, and spearheaded our gallery’s transformation into bronze casting and electroplating. Cameron is also certified in SCUBA diving and plays the guitar.

Pamela Harvey
Pamela received her teaching certificate from Briarcliff College, where she graduated magna cum laude.  She received her masters at the University of Arizona.  Pamela was a classically trained ballet dancer with Harkness Ballet in New York and created the first ballet school in Japan for the Air Force.  Pamela is a sculptor as well as a proofing editor for Henry's writing.  She is also a gourmet cook, miniaturist, and is active with the Audubon Society.

Pamela is the glue that holds the studio together!