HAL’s Artist Members have a home of their own in the historic Clovelly
House. The Gallery, run as a gallery and gift shop, features work created by area artists
including watercolors, acrylics, oil, graphite, photography, wood, glass, jewelry, and
sculpture available for purchase.
Open Fridays and Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., the gallery hosts once-a-month Friday artist receptions for all HAL artists and visitors. Drop in the meet the artists, have some light refreshments and listen to live music from local musician Steve Jones.
Step inside and you’ll find working artists who are knowledgeable about the works found in this little gem on the shores of Jackson Lake and about the Arts in Highlands County. The gallery rotates their offerings every three months, offering a chance to browse and find something fresh and original for your gift giving.
Interested in having your work show and marketed through The Clovelly House? Call our office at 863-385-5312, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Open to all Highlands Art League artist members.
The Clovelly House belonged to General Higgins and his family while Higgins was the first
General of the Salvation Army in Sebring. Higgins was re-located to Sebring by George
Sebring. His granddaughter – Joan Higgins Hartt – resides in Avon Park and helped
renovate this building with assistance from the Sebring Redevelopment Agency (CRA)
and the League.