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Here is your chance to own an exquisite piece of art by internationally known hot glass master of color artist Stephen Rolfe Powell. The piece is part of Powell's SCREAMERS series, valued at over $26,000! 

Tickets are $100 each, and only 1,000 will be sold. Tickets will be sold online and in person up to one hour before the drawing or until all tickets have been sold. All online entries will be assigned a physical ticket with a unique identification number, part of a sequential series, and will receive an email with your ticket identification number(s).Your last chance to purchase a ticket will be in person at the GLASS National Art Museum on Thursday, February 1, 2024 prior to 7pm. 

Purchase Your Ticket

Email emma@artcenterky.org or call 859-236-4054 if you have questions or seek support.
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PRIZE WINNER WILL BE DRAWN ON FEBRUARY 1, 2024 AT 7PM AT THE GLASS NATIONAL ART MUSEUM.

Raffle entries/tickets are $100 each. The raffle will be limited to the first 1,000 entries. Tickets will be sold online, in person, or over the phone. All online entries will be assigned a physical ticket with a unique identification number, part of a sequential series, and can be mailed to the purchaser upon request. The winner is responsible for picking up and arranging transporting the prize.

Void where prohibited.

Net proceeds from the raffle support the Art Center of the Bluegrass' ArtSee Capital Campaign. Winners are responsible for taxes on prize. 

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Win your very own Stephen Powell glass art!

GLASS Powell Raffle

Purchase Your Ticket

Email emma@artcenterky.org or call 859-236-4054 if you have questions or seek support.
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Stephen Rolfe Powell

Stephen Rolfe Powell was born in Birmingham, Alabama in 1951. He studied painting and ceramics at Centre College and received a Bachelor of Arts in 1974. After working as an art instructor at Draper State Prison and Indian Springs School, Powell attended LSU in 1980 and earned a Master of Fine Arts in Ceramics in 1983. It was during this period that Powell first encountered hot glass, which quickly became his obsession.

 

 

Stephen Rolfe Powell