Harvest Gold Gallery
Our flexible channel cuff bracelets are gorgeous plain, gem embellished, or as a tennis bracelet jacket. As a tennis bracelet jacket, the cuff protects the mechanics of the tennis bracelet, and reflects light from the diamonds to make the bracelet glow.
Each bracelet is made by hand from 14k solid gold and is available in yellow gold, white gold and rose gold. Pictured here in yellow gold.
Harvest Gold Gallery
The holiday season is about to kick off, which means there's quite a bit going on at Harvest Gold!
On the Saturday after Thanksgiving, November 30th, Harvest Gold is hosting its Annual Holiday Open House with an art demonstration by local artist Diane Scott! She will begin at 1pm. We invite you stop in the Gallery to enjoy hors d'oeuvres and beverages while taking a look at our jewelry and the other arts and crafts on display. We hope to give you some gift inspiration for the holidays! We look forward to seeing you!
We have three upcoming shows. The first is the Local Craft & Wares Fair at the Bethel Inn Resort on November 29th from 9-4. This is a great opportunity to avoid the Black Friday crowds and purchase unique, handcrafted gifts. With over 30 vendors and horse wagon rides, it will be a very fun day! For more information, click here.
Harvest Gold will also be participating in the Christmas Prelude at the Consolidated School in Kennebunkport on December 7th. This is a popular holiday event in a beautiful location - we hope to see you there! For more information, click here.
And finally, on December 8th, Harvest Gold will take part in the Stone Mountain Arts Center's Finest Kind Artisan Craft Show. Not only will you have the chance to peruse beautiful, one of a kind crafts, but there will also be food, mimosas, and live music! For more information, visit the Stone Mountain Arts Center page, here.
We hope to see you at any (or all!) of these events! Happy holidays!
Earlier in the fall, we received a substantial collection of Jean Swan Gordon paintings. Jean produced her works by outlining the subject matter, typically bouquets of flowers from her own garden, in ink and then adding several layers of watercolors. This method creates vibrant, eye-catching works of art, the impact of which can truly be appreciated in person.
The paintings, generously provided by the family of the artist, consist of various combinations of flowers in different vases, whether a simple glass bowl or a china pot. See if you can spot a vase that has been used twice!
In addition to the Jean Swan Gordon pieces, we have a few new sculptures by Michael Tatom. Michael casts his animal sculptures in bronze before finishing them with a beautiful patina that gives the animals a unique coloring. His sculptures impart not only the shape of the subject, but also a sense of the movement and fluidity of the animal. We now have sculptures of a mother bear and cub as well as a fox.
We encourage you to come by and view these spectacular works of art in person!
There is still some lingering foliage here in Lovell despite the harsh winds and rain we've experienced in the last few days. This morning, we were lucky enough to witness a gorgeous rainbow stretching across the mountains.
A neighbor was kind enough to send us a picture from her house across the street. The gallery appears to be nestled under the arc of the rainbow.
The rainbow was viewed from all different angles before it faded away.
This sight is not unfamiliar to us at Harvest Gold; Mary Ellen Serina painted a similar scene, "View From Harvest Gold Gallery". The time of year may be different, but the rainbow is in nearly in the same spot. For more information on the painting, click the image below or stop in the gallery to view it in person.
Rainbows have always been common in art and folklore. In Norse mythology, the rainbow represented the journey from life to death. In Greek myths, it acted as a pathway for the goddess Iris to travel between the earth and the heavens. Most popular, though, is the legend that there is a pot of leprechaun gold at the end of the rainbow. If you happen to find it, let us know!
Although the rush of summer ended quite some time ago, it has been a busy fall at Harvest Gold. We have enjoyed some spectacular views of the foliage from the Gallery. Our view was recently featured in Down East! We appreciate being featured and saw lots of new visitors because of it.
No fall season would be complete without a visit to the Fryeburg Fair! As always, it was a great time filled with fair food and lots of animals.
Aside from enjoying the beautiful fall weather and scenery, Bill and Lynda have displayed their jewelry at several arts and crafts shows this fall. Shows are a great way to meet new customers.
The next show that Harvest Gold will be participating in is the Christmas Prelude at the Consolidated School in Kennebunkport on December 7th. It will be a perfect opportunity to do some holiday shopping in a beautiful location! For more information on the Christmas Prelude, visit the event homepage. We hope to see you there!