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An elegantly framed oil on canvas is a highlight of the White Sulphur Springs booth at the craft faire in Graeagle.  It is an Alex Schloss original depicting a winter scene at the Plaza Hotel in New York City.   Photo by Judy Porep

White Sulphur Springs offers donated artwork at the Craft Faire

In the course of renovating the old Ranch House the Mohawk Valley Stewardship Council (MVSC), stewards of White Sulphur Springs Ranch, received many gifts of furniture, antiques, heirlooms and artwork.  Theart work that could not be made a part of the décor is being offered for sale in order to support the ongoing restoration process. The chosen venue is the traditional Mohawk Community Art Faire (MCAF) to be held on the two days after Thanksgiving.

This will be the second year that the MVSC will have a booth at the Faire. This year there will be over 20 items for sale.  They include prints, watercolors and oils on canvas. Some are elegantly framed and ready for hanging.  Prices start at $10 and sizes range from 8 x 10 to 32 by 44 inches.

The Art Faire is a holiday tradition and will be held at the fire hall, in downtown Graeagle, Nov. 25-26. Doors open at 10 a.m. on both days.

A table full of framed prints will be available at the White Sulphur Springs booth at the Mohawk Community Art Faire.  Photo by John Lullo

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