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Shapes in Silver

Recently at the gallery, we've taken pictures of many different pieces of jewelry to share with all of you! 

These chunky hoops are the perfect addition to anyones earring collection, and look great on everyone! These earrings shine so bright in any light. 

Finally, the loop-de-loop earrings are a fantastic way to accentuate any look. The anticlastic design is such a unique way to spice up your accessories! Please click on the photo for more information on these earrings. 

Come see these earrings and more at Harvest Gold Gallery!

Polishing Tarnished Silver

As the silver jewelry sits under the lights of the display cases, it slowly begins to tarnish. This means that polishing is required in order to keep the silver shiny and looking its best. 

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The freshly polished silver bracelet is able to shine in the sunlight and looks stunning in contrast to the beautiful green foliage. Polishing silver is a tedious and time consuming task but yields very rewarding results. 

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With the rise of summer comes the blooming of many gorgeous flowers. Each flower, like our jewelry, is unique and created with love. This bracelet has the perfect texture and catches the light beautifully. 

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Stop by the gallery to check out our unique silver collection!

A Glimpse of Summer in Oil

With the official start of summer only a few days away, we would like to showcase some oil paintings that encapsulate the feelings of the warmest season. 

"Purple Vase", by Kristen Kill, captures the warmth of a summer day on the waterfront. Her choice of colors and setting instills the hot air of summertime in anyone who sees it. Please click on the photo for more information on this piece!

The morning dew of a cool summer morning is perfectly captured in artist Varvara Harmon's piece, "Lupines in Sun Rays". This oil paintings brilliant use of lighting on such a delicate terrain perfectly captures the feeling of a quiet, summer moment. Please click on the photo for more information on this piece!

Finally, "Lilies and Blue Sky", by Carol Novotne, exhibits a cooling sight to warm eyes. The hues of green and blue in contrast to the pink flowers creates a beautiful, calming image to behold- the perfect painting to view on a hot, summers day. Please click on the photo for more information of the piece, and come see this work and more at Harvest Gold Gallery!



Showcasing Amy Brnger's Work!

Amy Brnger is a relatively new artist here at Harvest Gold, and we're so excited to showcase her work! Her flower paintings are a sight to behold, and are a beautiful addition to your living space!

"Spring Tulips"

"As long as I have painted I have been influenced by seasons and my emotional state while I work. My approach to a bouquet, a landscape, or an interior will be different depending upon weather, the quality of light, whether I am tired and crabby or energized and happy. All are reflected in the final image. The way I push paint around a panel, feel the paint on my palette knife and brush, is dependent upon my feeling state."

"Roses, Peony, and Petunias"

"I try hard to keep the surprises that make their way onto a panel and stop the painting a few steps before it is finished. Sometimes the image might look awkward and slightly underdone, but if it feels genuine and somehow a reflection of how I see the world in that particular moment, then I want to keep it. When I keep working past that point, the likelihood of scraping the response away is great."

"Staff and Yellow Daises"

Overall, as you can see, Amy Brnger's paintings are a sight to behold. Come see more at Harvest Gold Gallery!

Alanna's favorite paintings

Hey! My name is Alanna and I have just recently started working at Harvest Gold Gallery. I am very excited to be surrounded by all of this beautiful artwork as well as learn more about all of the diverse artists and their varying styles. 

The first artist that caught my eye was Gay Freeborn. Gay has a variety of beautiful paintings throughout the store and the one that specifically stood out to me as my favorites was "Serious Business" due to the attention to detail showcased in the water coming off of the dog and turning into droplets.

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Another picture that I found to be one of my favorites is called "Fox" and was painted by Sandy Crowell. This piece is interesting because of the vibrant colors used for the foxes coat in contrast to the green grass. The dark areas around the outside of the painting also help to draw the attention inward showcasing the beauty of the foxes face. 

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The last painting I chose was painted by Varvara Harmon and is called "Sunset Over Mt. Madison & Adams" and captures a beautiful sunset over the mountains. What stood out to me about this painting is the fog between the mountains in the distance and how it makes them look like they are floating. I also really like how the colors of the trees slowly fade from a dark green into a light blue to match the blue shade of the mountains in the distance.   

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Jeanne Ouellette Captures Water in Oil Paintings

As the warmth of June begins to seep its way into the air, our desire to slip into cooling water transpires. Jeanne Ouellette, oil landscape painter, depicts water in such a rejuvenating way that you can feel the crisp water by merely looking at her works.

Through use of color and texture, "Woodland Stream" depicts the refreshing sight of a chilling stream surrounded by nature- framed by trees and stones. Click on the pictures to learn more about these works!

"Vernal Pool" is a beautiful portrayal of a seasonal phenomenon- Ouellette captures the reflection and surroundings of a vernal pool, creating a timeless work of a fleeting view. 

Utilizing hues of pink and green against slate of costal stone, "Rugged Coast" exhibits the picture of the serene coastline. This tranquil work is a refreshing sight for anyone that looks upon it. Come see Jeanne Ouellette's work and more at Harvest Gold Gallery! 

The Forsythia is out and so are new products

This week the forsythia bloomed in gorgeous yellow and we made some new products to celebrate! 

All in yellow gold, we made a Cardinal pendant, a Pine Tree and Star pendant.

And my favorite a Dog Paw pendant!

We also made new Maine green tourmaline stacking ring that is sure to be a favorite!

 Stop by and see the flowers and the new products!!

Easter Weekend!
We at Harvest Gold would just like to wish everyone a Happy Easter weekend! We hope the Easter Bunny will bring children lots of treats this morning! Have a great weekend and spend the time with family and friends!EarthSky | Why Easter is this Sunday
New Rebecca Paintings!

Recently at Harvest Gold, Rebecca Klementovich sent in some gorgeous new paintings! One of the first abstract artists to show at Harvest Gold, Klementovich seeks to introduce a new color palette and style of painting to New England that can challenge the hold that traditional schools have on the region. Her bright colors and the motion that can be seen through her strong brush strokes seek to represent the natural rhythm and vibrancy that can be seen in the mountains and trees all around us. 

 By painting with loud, vivid colors, along with painting and showing in outdoor locations that many people feel more comfortable in than a traditional gallery space, Klementovich seeks to capture the attention of the public and encourage other women to pursue their passions.

The first of these new paintings is "Visions of Kezar Lake" a beautiful landscape painting that shows the view of Kezar Lake in Lovell!

The second of the new paintings is known as "Moon, Plains and You", a beautiful showcase of the winter season. Leaves are on the ground, but green is beginning to peak through, with the moonlight shining above.

The final painting in this newest batch is known as "Let's Work Among the Leaves", a very vibrant and colorful painting that shows the skill Rebecca showcases in her painting. Come see these paintings and more at the gallery!

Rainy Paintings!

With winter coming to an end and spring on the horizon, rather than snow, rain seems to be pouring from the Maine skies this time of year! In light of the increased downpours, we would like to show some seasonal spring paintings!

"Afternoon Rain" by Kristen Dill shows the beauty of the sky after it rains, when the sunlight peaks through the clouds again.

"Pine Tree on Water (Kancamagus Spring)" by Gwen Nagel shows the view of the water near the shore. Not relying on the color green as much, but nonetheless captivates the feeling of spring.

"Water Iris" by Mary Ellen Serina shows a beautiful iris, a very prominent symbol for spring. It's a simple showcase of the flower but conveys all the emotion springtime brings.

Lastly, we have "Chickens in Springtime" by Sandy Crowell, which depicts chickens in a springtime field. This piece in particular reminds us of times to look forward to, with vast green fields filled with animals. Come see more works at Harvest Gold Gallery!