RANGELEY — The Rangeley Friends of the Arts is offering two raffles; both offer a piece of original artwork as the prize and funds earned support the mission of the RFA.

The works are on display at the Lakeside Contemporary Gallery in the lobby of the RFA Lakeside Theater. Tickets can be purchased at the box office. 

The first piece is “Embellished Moose Antlers,” created by local entrepreneur and antiques aficionado Carolyn Smith. She designed the antler set around the beauty of the 100-year-old antique frame. The drawing for this work will be on Monday, Aug. 20, during the last night of the original play “Self-Storage: The contents of our lives.”

The second piece is an original watercolor painting named “Continuum” donated by the artist, Pamela Jo Ellis. The image depicts Rangeley Lake on a calm day when the water is perfectly clear, looking along the Eastshore to Spotted Mountain in the North.

Tickets for this work will also be on sale at Art in August, the outdoor show and sale on Aug. 2 in Oquossoc Park. The drawing for this piece will be on Tuesday, Sept. 25, during RFA’s 50th Anniversary Party.

For more information, call 207-864-5000.

Rangeley Friends of the Arts is raffling this watercolor painting by Pamela Jo Ellis, “Continuum.” 

“Embellished Moose Antlers” by Carolyn Smith is among two items being raffled by Rangeley Friends of the Arts. 

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