Harvest Gold Gallery
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.
A native from Montana, Carol Novotne has been a fine artist for over thirty years. Her post impressionistic art has a strong, recognizable style with thick, rich creamy brush strokes. Her work is collected by some of the most prestigious collectors around the world, and her art is in many art galleries as well. She is a fine artist focusing on plain air painting, and her paintings are created and inspired from the vast beauty of nature.
Come see her new collection at Harvest Gold.
We're not ready to go inside just yet! Peruse local vendor of handmade crafts & wares to kick off the holiday shopping season. Remember to support local EVERYTHING for the holidays and all year round! Harvest Gold can't wait to see you there.
Date and Time:
Saturday Nov 28, 2020
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM EST
162 Main Street
Clinton Jones is a skilled boat and car mechanic by trade and a metal sculptor, fisherman, and boating enthusiast on the side. He is sometimes known as the Island Mechanic of Chebeague Island. Jones went to school to be a mechanic and also pursued welding, through which he discovered his passion for creating metal sculptures. His pieces often capture Maine wildlife, such as a heron or a trout. Jones sees his metal art as time capsules that will last hundreds of years, each piece telling a story that will last through the ages.
Happy Halloween from Harvest Gold! This morning Lynda captured this beautiful and spooky picture of the Halloween blue moon over Kezar Lake and the White Mountains.
While traditional trick or treating has been put on hold due to Covid, Lovell has improvised! Thanks to the Lovell UCC Board of Christian Education, a drive-up trick or treat event will be taking place from 4-5:30pm this evening. In addition to dispensing candy, the Church is also providing a photo booth for even more Halloween fun.
Several businesses, including Harvest Gold, are participating in this event: Center Lovell Market, Designs by Diana Bags, Kezar Realty, Rosie's, Delta Masonic Lodge, Molloy Energy, Oxford County Sheriff, Micklon Tree, Landscaping and Excavation, Greater Lovell Land Trust, and possibly others. The new Lovell Area Food Pantry is hosting a food drive at the Fire Station and will also be giving out candy!
Bill and Lynda have prepared plenty of bags of goodies and can't wait to see everyone out trick or treating!
Thank you to the Lovell UCC for sponsoring this event and bringing some cheer to the season!