G. Harvey was one of the nation’s most recognized and collected living artists. His paintings and sculptures are appreciated by audiences and collectors across the world such as former Texas Governor John Connally, Margaret Thatcher, President Ronald Reagan and more.
Harvey’s early works concentrated on the landscapes and peoples of central Texas, the Texas panhandle, New Mexico, and the Texas border. His emphasis was how our ancestors faced the challenge of change with the importance of love for our friends, family and God. G. Harvey’s popularity has been furthered with exhibitions at the National Archives, The Treasury Building and Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C.
He received awards for artistic merit and recognition for his contribution to the arts. He also received lifetime achievement awards from the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, Georgia, and the Dolph Briscoe Museum in San Antonio, Texas.