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Holiday Shopping with Harvest Gold Gallery!

Original publish date: Nov. 8th, 2010

There are only 6 weeks until Christmas and 4 until Hanukkah, so we wanted to help you out by sharing some of our top picks for this year's gift giving!



Want something unique and one of a kind...? We happily work with our customers in creating custom pieces. Check out our past custom work on our website.
Fall Home Decor

Original publish date: Oct. 15th, 2010

We currently have a lovely selection of rich seasonal inspired pieces in our gallery and online in our etsy gallery shop! Each piece is truly unique and would make a great fall wedding gift, or shop early for the Holidays!
Above: is our Orange Ruffled glass bowl by Nathan Macomber


And one of our new favorites- a large glass spider sculpture, great for indoor and outdoor decorating (also by Nathan Macomber)!


These lovely Cow Bowls are handmade in Maine by Lacey Pots, and are sure to brighten up any kitchen! Collect the whole set!
A fantastic polymer clay bowl decorated with cats and flowers; puuuurfect for fall!(couldn't resist!)
And as always- our lovely line of hand painted clocks by Pascale Judet. This one is called "Apple Dance", and we think it would make a lovely fall wedding gift!
For more great Aritsan gift for your and your family- check out our Second etsy Shop: Gallery By Harvest Gold.
New Fall Products Here at Harvest Gold!

Original publish date: Sep. 16th, 2010

We have some new colorful items in our 2nd Etsy shop: GallerybyHarvestgold.
Above: Collect all 4 cow bowls! Each are hand thrown in Portland, Maine by LaceyPots, and are $38 each. A funky modern country alternative to brighten up any kitchen decor!
We also have this fun set of 3 Peace Sign bowls, $38 each.
And an extensive collection of small 4" vases in a variety of colors and patterns, for $27 each, making them the perfect gift!
And if you need something spooky- we are selling two glass spider sculptures by Nathan Macomber! $495 each.
We have many other autumn inspired pieces in our shop! Gifts that are sure to please for a birthday, teacher appreciation, housewarming, or wedding present!  Click here to begin shopping!
Conway, NH Artist Nathan Macomber Featured at Harvest Gold

Original publish date: Jul. 17th, 2010

   Harvest Gold Gallery is so excited to bring you the work of Nathan Macomber, a new and up coming artist from the White Mountains of Conway, New Hampshire. Nathan Macomber first blew glass at Massachusetts College of Art in 1995. He was hooked from his first bubble. In 1999 he received his B.A. in glass from Prescott College in Prescott, Arizona. He has also studied at the Corning Musuem of Glass in New York, the Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina and the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in Maine. 
        Nathan has also served as an instructor for the Corning Museum of Glass, the Snow Farm craft school in Massachusetts and he teaches private classes at his studio in Conway, New Hampshire. 
         Nathan spent the first seven years of his career in glass working in Prescott, Arizona where he developed his style and body of work. In the spring of 2002, he moved to his family's old farm in the White Mountains of Conway New Hampshire where he used to come as a young boy to see his grandma and other relatives. There, he has set up his own private studio where he can be found almost every day blowing glass, teaching, or maintaining the hundred year old farm, which has been in his family since 1949. In 2003 he juried into the League of New Hampshire Craftsman with his blown glasswork and in 2005 he juried in his metal work, which he often combines with his glass. Nathan has been serving on the League’s glass jury since 2006. 
       Harvest Gold Gallery features a large collection of Macomber’s work including colorful glass paperweights, glass tumblers, large glass bowls, glass window sun catchers, indoor sculptures that combine large glass discs with artful metal bases, and outdoor sculptures towering five and a half feet tall which resemble his smaller indoor sculpture designs. In addition the gallery also exhibits two of Macomber’s famous metal spiders whose bodies are made of hand blown glass and stretch twenty-eight inches in diameter. These sculptures are a perfect adornment to any home and are sure to catch the attention of any guest. All of Macomber’s work is exquisitely handcrafted embodying bold colors and beautiful details. 

Nathan uses hand blown glass and iron for his sculptures.
New Glassware!

Original publish date: Mar. 20th, 2010

We are so excited to bring you a new line of glassware by young up and coming artist Nathan Macomber. Available in our gallery and on our website. Macomber is a local artist from just across the border in New Hampshire. His glass work is colorful and so affordable making it the perfect addition to your home for spring!