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500 Evergreen Lane
Across from McKendrie St Cafe
111 N Wesley Ave
103 E Lincoln St
321 E First St
Mulberry St and Hitt St
Between McKendrie Ave and Front St
Corner of First and Reynolds
Mulberry St and Main St
Wesley Ave and Front St
Frederick & Brayton Rd
Hannah Ave and Sunset Lane
Brayton Rd and Ogle
Corner of Fletcher & Main St
Corner of Lincoln St and Ogle
314 Brayton Rd
Maple and First St
Hannah and First St
East side of Hannah
Sunset Lane and Fletcher
First St and Fletcher
Brayton Rd across from the School
Wesley Ave and Main St
Barbara and Bruce Lane
Barbara and Ogle
Hitt and Nancy
Sunset Lane and N Wesley
Hitt St between Seminary and Wesley
Bruce and Brayton Rd
Brayton Rd and Wesley Ave
In front of Sullivans Foods on Hwy 64
Maple and Hitt St
Emily and Reynolds
Brayton Rd and BotanicSt
Hitt St in front of Kable News Warehouse
Nancy St and Cranbrook
Main St and Seminary
Wesley Ave and Center St
412 E Lincoln
406 E Lincoln
Between the Coliseum and the Bandshell
McKendrie Ave and Center St
Sunset Lane and Reynolds
McKendrie Ave and Main St
Front St and Mulberry
Center St and Mulberry
Front St and Reynolds
Center St and Front St
Hitt St and Ogle
Lincoln St and Botanic
Fredrick and Lincoln St
Corn Cob
This beautiful piece of art can be found at the corner of Center St & Reynolds.

 Created by Melissa Bushman, this creation was very nicely done to represent that which surrounds the Mt Morris community. Corn fields as far as the eye can see!

 Congratulations to Melissa on a first place win.
This hydrant is cute on both sides and a must see when driving through Mt Morris!

Located on Hitt St (Highway 64) and Maple - across the street from Disciples United Methodist Church.

The second place winner
 of the Art on Fire event:
Melinda Cox & Arika Black are the winning artists.Congratulations, Melinda & Arika!
The Cardinal
This hydrant creates a simple setting of our doors and the beautiful birds that you will find in Mt Morris during the spring and summer months.

 Sally Aderton, an alumni of Mt Morris High School, brings this piece of art for all to see. It's located at Nancy and Hill (last road to the left when leaving Mt Morris on Mudcreek Rd)
The third place winner, this hydrant is a beautiful masterpiece.
The 2016 Winners!
First Place
Second Place
Third Place
Art on Fire Comes Alive in 2023
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