Juanee Harvey is a self-taught artist who had discovered her talent in 2006. She is currently attending Pikes Peak Community College to obtain her Associates of Art Degree. She had won two Honorable Mention Awards, one for her wire sculpture titled, "Infinite of Knowledge" for the Spring Spark Art Show in 2012 and for her trash art sculpture titled, "Waterfall of Life" for the First Annual Trash Art Competition in 2012, both was held at PPCC. She had won third place for her trash sculpture titled, "Solar Chandelier" the following year at PPCC and had won third place for her piece titled, "Hand & Spoon: Rejuvenate" for the Hunger Awareness Competition at PPCC. Miss Harvey had also collaborated with friends and teachers with certain projects and events over the years and recently. She is a Graphite Artist who said, "Quality is very important to me and that is what I strive for with every project or artwork that I commit myself to, a person cannot represent if the quality is not there." When she is not working on art she is volunteering at the FAC, collecting books, and researching artifacts. Her major is Art History with Museum & Gallery Practice for her minors.