Friday, June 29, 2012

Artist Reception and Show Opening

 Harvest Gold Gallery 
presents its fifteenth summer fine art exhibit. The 2012 all American collection of fine crafts and fine art, including many local artists and crafters, is beautifully arranged and ready to enjoy. 

 Exciting new original oil, watercolor, and acrylic painting will allow you to transcend into the world of fine art through the eyes of thirty-seven different artists. Especially the new pigmented paper paintings by Roland Simard. 

The glass collection brightens the gallery with colorful new functional forms, artistic sculptures and fun ornaments.   

The jewelry showcase features the designs of owners Bill and Lynda Rasco-Rudd. This winter they were busy creating a wonderful silver jewelry collection and new Maine tourmaline and gold designs.  Wedding bands and engagement rings have been expanding in choices of gems and colors of gold.

Artist Carol Novotne will be traveling all the way from her home state of Montana for this event. She is as bold and vivacious as the landscapes and scenes she paints, using nature as her muse. 

Awarded the Best Gallery with a View by Yankee Magazine in 2011.  The outdoor sculpture gardens overlook Kezar Lake and the spectacular White Mountains. New kinetic work from Craig Riches will memorize you while the symphony of perfectly tuned wind chimes play in the background.


On July 13th from 3pm-6pm the gallery will have its annual Artist Reception and Open House at their 1082 Main Street location on Rt 5 in Center Lovell, ME.  For more information please call (207) 925-6502 and look for us on the web at  The gallery is open daily.

Wedding at Harvest Gold Gallery

Wedding at Harvest Gold Gallery

On Saturday June 23rd Craig and Megan joined together in marriage 

in the field behind Harvest Gold Gallery

A sweet little girl looks at the art and flowers, where so many are captivated by the beauty of the gardens

The chairs were set, and the couple was ready, but the rain had other plans for the day
It was pouring rain the morning of the wedding 
and the Bride and Bridesmaids hid out in the cars parked by the Gallery

Some of the guests and guests of honor made their way inside the Gallery to escape the rain and enjoy the art

Finally, just in time, the clouds broke and the sun shone through, making way for a beautiful bride and a lovely wedding procession

The bride and her brides maids were a beautiful sight, illuminating even the cloudy skies

The sweet flower girls littered the ground with petals, through the arbor, where the bride and groom would take their vows

The couple retreated from the aisle, back through the arbor, as Man and Wife

It was a lovely time for all, at the Gallery overlooking Kezar Lake, 
 in beautiful Lovell, Maine.

To plan your wedding at Harvest Gold Gallery, contact Bill and Lynda at 207-925-6502
or simply stop by the Gallery located on Route 5 in Center Lovell Maine.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Mahina's First Blog

This is Mahina Gardener blogging. I am a new employee of Harvest Gold Gallery. 
Since beginning working here I have been learning about the art and jewelry, and have been blessed with the opportunity to observe the Jewelers Lynda and Bill at work making their spectacular pieces.
 I have also been modeling some of the jewelry in the beautiful summer sun. 

In this photo I am wearing Amethyst and Pearl earrings 
with an Amethyst necklace 
and an Amethyst Crossover Cuff

The necklace here is a Maine Green Tourmaline set in 14k Gold.

Here I am wearing a beautiful 14k Yellow Gold link Chain
three 14k Gold Bangles
 and Diamond and Gold earrings.

It's an incredible atmosphere when the sun shines and the birds sing, the jewelry and art seem to come alive!

Please stop by and see for yourself in the White Mountains when passing by Kezar Lake in Center Lovell, I would love to meet you!

Monday, June 4, 2012

Award Winning American Woodworker Now Showing at Harvest Gold Gallery

We are always excited to share with you, in some detail, the artists that we have show cased at the gallery, especially when they are from our own home state like Rob Jones, our featured artist of the week. Rob Jones is an award winning American Woodworker from Thomaston, Maine. He began his art by building, with assistance, his first banjo, an instrument that had always held an interest for him. Since then, he has built several instruments including banjos, a French horn, trombones, and a trumpet. His musical instruments are played by music professors. He entered his lobster carving in the Maine Sportsman Show and he won the People's Choice award and was hooked from that point on. To view some of his works visit:

At the gallery, we are delighted to have a sample of his very unique bowls, Baltic by Design. They come in four different sizes from small for a candle holder to large enough to be a center piece with fruit. With the wedding season upon us or Father's Day right around the corner, these would made a fabulous and timeless gift. Stop by any day!


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