Local Maine Artist Jeanne Oulette has brought in some new works to the gallery for Spring and Summer. Jeanne is focused on interpreting the landscape of Maine in oil paint. She takes particular inspiration from the mountains, rivers and seacoast. Take a look at some of these new pieces, and come check out more of her work here at Harvest Gold Gallery.
Hi! I'm Charlie Anderson, a new person working at Harvest Gold Gallery. I'm a high school student, and this is officially my first job. I love to ski, read, and of course, I love art! It's my first day, and I'm very interested by all of the art showcased, specifically the paintings! 3 pieces in particular stuck out to me, which are:
"Loon on Rough Waters" by William Janelle. It's very intricate, and anything with animals is a little biased
"Lupines in Sun Rays" by Varvara Harmon. I like the detail, and the sun rays are very realistic and pretty.
"Heartbeat" by Gay Freeborn. As I've said, animals for me are very biased when it comes to art. It's a very realistic and cute deer.
Clinton Jones has held spotlight at Harvest Gold for about a year now! As previously stated in past blog posts, Clinton Jones is a skilled boat and car mechanic by trade and a metal sculptor, fisherman, and boating enthusiast on the side. He loves to tell a story with his art.
At the beginning of the month, he dropped off six new pieces to show at the gallery. Here are a few of them that can be found on his artist page on our website:
"Owl on Branch- Small" by Clint Jones
"Trekking Moose" by Clint Jones
"Owl on Branch" by Clint Jones
If you're interested in seeing more, check out Clinton's sculptures here.
Happy National Pet Day! While we celebrate our beloved pets every day of the year, today we honor our furry friends. Here is some of our favorite animal art at the gallery to commemorate the holiday. Don't forget to hug your pet today!
Gay Freeborn specializes in paintings with animals. While Gay has been focusing mostly on painting recently, her deep love of animals goes far beyond just the canvas and paint. She grew up with many dogs around the house, and worked in a veterinarian’s office for some years.
Thomas Merriam is another one of our frequent animal painters. He does amazing work with painting the minute details of the beautiful animals. Along with painting and carving, Merriam is an accomplished poet, storyteller, and musician. Merriam has published several children’s books that he wrote and illustrated himself.