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 an accomplished fiber artist and has been written up in a number of magazines, including, Studios which featured her. Pamela is a gourmet cook and Adubon birder.
Schiffer Publishing came out with A Passion for Metal, chronicling Henry's life as a sculptor and recently with a second book, A Universe of Metal Sculpture, chonicling Henry's major abstracts and outdoor installations.
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 You're a Genius.
Henry has written several novels, has won an award for his screenplay of Potter's Mill, and has published a number of short stories. His novel, Playing on the Black Keys has recently been reoptioned for a movie in Hollywood.
37 Cents a Fart...and Other Infamous Animal Stories, his latest book, will be available in April of 2012. It is a grown-up book about animals...warts and all. Here is a short VIDEO of it : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nikRXj2rqw&feature=g-all-u&context=G2320e92FAAAAAAAAAAA
|Moose and Scooter
Moose and Scooter are a little larger than this photo shows. Scooter, the one on the left will hump anything that moves, and if it doesn't move, he'll hump it anyway. ...No one knows why. Moose lives for dog biscuits. He's up to eight in the morning and that's before breakfast. They are Oogie and Gigi's wild children!