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A framed water color by famed Sonoma artist Ray Jacobsen, offered for sale at the Mohawk Community Art Faire in Graeagle. Photo submitted

Special art sale at the Mohawk Community Art Faire

The Thanksgiving art fair in Graeagle will feature an unusual vendor this year.  The Mohawk Valley Stewardship Council (MVSC), stewards of White Sulphur Springs Ranch, will offer some very special pieces of art.  In the course of restoring the old ranch house, the MVSC received many gifts of furniture, antiques, heirlooms and art work.  The art work that could not be squeezed into the décor of the old house is being offered for sale in order to support the ongoing restoration.

There are over 20 items for sale.  These include water colors, prints and etchings.  Prices range from $40 to $350 and sizes range from 8 x10 to 30 x 40.  All are mounted, framed and ready for hanging.

The Mohawk Community Art Faire is a Graeagle holiday tradition.  It will be held on the two days following Thanksgiving, the 26th and 27th of November, at the Graeagle Fire Hall.  It is an event to support the Mohawk Community Resource Center that desperately needs funds to keep providing services. For more information about the Faire, call 530-293-7172.


Large, elegantly framed print to be offered at the art fair in Graeagle on the two days after Thanksgiving. Photo submitted
Examples of the kind of art being offered at the Mohawk Community Art Faire seen here in the living room of the ranch house at White Sulphur Springs. Photo submitted

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