Art raffle, virtual this year, benefits RAMP

BELLOWS FALLS — This year, the 13th annual Rockingham Arts & Museum Project (RAMP) Art Raffle will be held virtually.

From New York to White River Junction to Bellows Falls, artists have donated their signature pieces including glasswork, painting, and weaving.

Visit the RAMP website at to view more than 45 pieces of original artwork by these artists. Raffle tickets are $25 each or five for $100.

Featured artists include Clare Adams, Patricia Avila, Jean Cannon, James Sturm, Wendy Copp, Nancy Fitz-Rapalje, Liz Guzynski, Charlie Hunter, Nick Kekic, Meg Lucas, Robert McBride, Marcie Maynard, Scott J. Morgan, Charles Norris-Brown, Michael Noyes, Carolyn Partridge, Matt J. Peake, Mark Ragonese, Phyllis Rosser, Frank Sansone, Chris Sherwin, Jeanette Staley, Polly Thompson, Cathy Tretler, and R.L. White Wolf Rider.

Once you have bought tickets, click on the “Art Raffle” icon, and select your top 10 choices and email the information to [email protected]. Include the phrase “Art Raffle” in the subject line.

Tickets may be purchased until midnight on Sunday, Nov. 1. Patrons will be notified of winning tickets, at which time they will receive a piece of artwork from their submitted list if it is still available.

Proceeds benefit the Rockingham Arts and Museum Project, founded in 1995 to demonstrate the significant impact artists and the arts play, culturally and economically, in sustaining communities.

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