This beautiful oil painting of Cornell College Geology Building in the fall is being auctioned off. It is 18 1/2″ x 15 1/2″ framed. Comment in the comments on this Facebook post on your bid…starting bid is 50.00. You can bid multiple times, no limit on increments. Bidding will stop on Wednesday Dec 9th at 12:00 pm. Must pick up at Mount Vernon Creates (shipping not included but, willing to ship if paid in advance)This was prior to the Derecho. Stop in to see it in person.This would make a great Christmas gift to a Cornell alumni or current student or staff member.Let the bidding begin!!!
These wonderful Alcohol Ink pieces remind me of skipping rocks into a lake as a kid. These images are 11 x 14 and are matted and framed. Stop in to see them or call for details. There are four in total…imagine them on a large wall as a focal piece.
We still have a few pieces of the beautiful pottery by Bonnie Ahrens’. Bonnie is the art teacher at MVHS. Stop by to see it or you can order online. Proceeds go to the MVHS Art Program. These make beautiful gifts for that special someone.
This wonderful exhibit is now showing thru July 31. See MountVernonCreates.com for details on the exhibit and auction with proceeds going towards the MVMS Art Program. Ask for a private showing if you are not comfortable with viewing when open because of COVID.
See MountVernonCreates.com, then shopping for details. All proceeds go towards MVHS Art Program. All pieces have a black and white side with detailing. 1) Plain 2) Plain 3) Clouds (SOLD) 4) It won’t be this way forever (SOLD), 5) bat (SOLD), 6 jelli fish (SOLD)
Description: High fire porcelain is dishwasher safe and food safe. Wheel thrown pieces are carved near the base to create a texture like chipped stone. Black under glaze is sealed under a thin layer of clear glaze for a semi gloss finish.
Coming soon Mark Benesh Exhibit June 4 – July 31, 2020. This beautiful 16 piece exhibit will also consist of an online auction of 4 of the paintings with proceeds going to the Mount Vernon Middle School Art Program. Call for details 319-895-2682.