Eternal Flame

Inside the Times Square development, 46100 Warm Springs Blvd. (site previously occupied by Navlet’s Garden Center).

“Eternal Flame” is an oxidized steel sculpture by Henry R. Harvey of Harvey Galleries in Lahaska, PA. Harvey was accepted for pre-law studies at Columbia but was diverted to flying Air Force Jets. It was in the Pacific Theater of the war he became interested in sculpting. An inventor holding patents and a published author as well as an artist, Harvey’s career has encompassed commissions by Presidents Kennedy and George Bush Sr., corporations such as Merck and Mercedes, and The Royal Ballet. PBS Broadcasting did a movie featuring the artist as well. Harvey believes, “A good artist should try to keep child-like wonder alive, which is sometimes difficult for an adult, and I try to do the very best sculpture I can.”

The sculpture is privately owned.