Decor magazine November 1999 named Ray Harm one of 30 of the most influential artists in the past 100 years. "Artists whom have unquestionably left a mark on society in general and the art world in particular."
Co-Founder- Frame House Gallery Publishing Co.
Complete framed collection of Ray Harm Limited Edition Prints has been dedicated by Governor Paul Patton of Kentucky and hangs on permanent exhibit in the Convention Center at Pine Mountain State Park, Pineville, Ky.
Harm has been illustrator - "Southern Birdwatchers Backyard Birds" Crane Hill Publishers Co
Illustrator of - "Birds of Sonora" University of Arizona Press ( Mexican Birds 1998)
Documentation - The Filson Historical Society Quarterly Vol.72 April '98 No.2 "Ray Harm, Wood Hannah and Rebirth of American Wildlife Art"
Featured in "American Wildlife Art" by David J. Wagner
Author - "RAY HARM NATURE SKETCH BOOK" World Publishing Co.
Author - "RAY HARM AFRICAN SKETCH BOOK" FHG Publishing
Writer - weekly nature column -"Louisville Times"
Six Honorary Doctorates: Humanities and Fine Arts
-Pikeville College Doctor of Humanities
-University of Charleston Doctor of Fine Arts
-Davis and Elkins College Doctor of Fine Arts
-University of Louisville Doctor of Arts
-Cumberland College Doctor of Arts
-Center College Doctor of Fine Arts
Subject of numerous articles in newspapers and magazines
- Brush with Nature
- Field to Frame
Contributing Editor - Florida Naturalist Magazine
Naturalist - Lecturer - Kentucky Parks Dept.
- Staff Artist Ky. Dept. of Parks
- Staff Artist - Kentucky Ornithological Society
- Staff Artist - Cleveland Audubon Society
- Artist in Residence - University of Kentucky
-"Honorary Membership" Alabama Nature Conservancy
Bald Eagle painting commissioned for President J.F. Kennedy.
Man of the Year 1964 WHAS
"Founders Medal Award" DAR
Recipient of the prestigious "Silver Good Citizenship Award Medal" from Missouri Sons of the American Revolution
To Tell the Truth Show syndicated
Today Show NBC
Guest - Mike Douglas Show syndicated
Art School - 1948-'52 Cooper School & Cleveland
Institute of Art