His portfolio reflects a variety of themes; his paintings and sculptures are about tradition, death, the Cheyenne People, warriors and both sides of the law. History, truthfulness, tribulation and humanity’s essence are his favorite topics. Creative expression and artistry touch all facets of Pratt’s life and is an unmatched blend of art and law enforcement experience with Native American insight. He has designed logos, seals, medals, and memorials for both the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes and Oklahoma Law Enforcement agencies. A recent project, The Hoopa Project: Bigfoot Encounters in California by Dave Paulides, Director of the North American Bigfoot Search, released in 2008, features 16 forensic sketches by Harvey Pratt. Harvey was a commissioned to meet with individuals who had witnessed Bigfoot and Bigfoot activity. Based on interviews with the witnesses, Harvey completed the 16 sketches of Bigfoot featured in the project book. The solo exhibition at the Southern Plains Indian Museum features the paintings of Harvey Pratt but will include a recently completed three piece resin wall sculpture titled My Dark Passenger. The three pieces, measuring 7” to 17” depict Bigfoot hands and head.
Below: “Little People Dance for Kills His Enemy First” by Harvey Pratt.