About Cameron Harvey

Cameron Harvey has been a professional sculptor for close to 30 years, as well as a professional cartoonist, and illustrator, and is the owner of Cameron Harvey Gallery LLC.

Cameron grew up in the art world, spending every day after school as a child at his parents’ galleries. He sold his first piece at age 12, a wire caricature, but didn’t aim to become a professional artist until after graduating summa cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh in Philosophy.

It’s almost impossible to sum up 30 years of creating artwork, but some of the highlights include:

  • A free-standing fountain for the Royal Ballet’s travelling company.
  • A fountain for the first president George Bush.
  • A piece in one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s buildings.
  • A 12′ wide fountain for one of MGM’s casinos.
  • Fifty five fountains for the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado.
Cameron has had multiple cartoons appear in The New Yorker, and several other periodicals including Barrons, Harvard Business Review, Philosophy Now, The Oldie, Alta, and Funny Times.
His illustrations and sculptures also appear in A Passion for Metal, A Universe of Metal Sculpture, and 37 Cents a Fart- all from Schiffer Publishing.
For close to two decades, Cameron was both a teacher and a competitive fencer at the Bucks County Academy of Fencing. Currently he does boxing for fun.
When asked what piece he is most proud of, he will typically tell you it is whatever it is that he’s working on at the time. Cameron is always looking for a way to inject a little magic, a little beauty, or humor into the world.  He lives in Pennsylvania with his wife and teenage son.

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