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. Artists run and man the operations of the Gallery, which
will be open beginning November 15, 2019 Thursdays – Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and pre-show [see
the Highlands Lakeside/Little Theatre schedule on the web]. 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.
Join us for our Clovelly House Grand Opening, Friday, November 15th with tea and biscuits in the morning, cookies and snacks in the afternoon, and a 4:30 – 6:30 reception with the Clovelly Artists, live music, and light refreshments!
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.