Annual Raffle 2019

New year, new amazing prizes! 

Annual Raffle 2019 drawing: Thursday, March 7, 2019 at 9:00 AM. It is not necessary to be present to win, but you are graciously invited and encouraged to attend the Annual Meeting! All money and ticket stubs must be turned into the WCMFA prior to the drawing on March 7 at 9:00 AM.


This year, our goal is $20,000 raised and over 3,000 tickets sold! Help us reach our goal — buy your own tickets and sell to your friends.

Raffle ticket prices: 1 ticket for $10, 3 for $25, 5 for $40, 10 for $75

Get your tickets today by calling 301-739-5727 or stopping by the Museum. If you received tickets in the mail, please send them back to the WCMFA along with your payment.

Carson JewlersR. Bruce Carson Jewelers $5,000 Shopping Spree Since 1902, R. Bruce Carson Jewelers has been offering excellent quality and large selections of exquisite diamonds, colored gemstones, pearls, watches & extensive giftware. Friendly & knowledgeable staff includes jewelers & watchmakers. Member of the American Gem Society. 301-739-0830.

FrancescoFrancesco Spicuzza (American, b. Termini, Sicily, 1883-1962,) Landscape with Trees, ca. mid-20th century, Oil on Masonite, 23 ½ x 27 in. v. $1,800 One of Wisconsin’s most prolific artists of the 20th century, Spicuzza immigrated to the United States as a child from his native Sicily. He first studied with Robert Schade and later Alexander Mueller at the Milwaukee Art Student’ League. He also received instruction in Impressionist painting from John Carlson at Woodstock, New York. At the behest of his wife, the artist opened a studio after the panic of 1907 and began to specialize in painting landscapes, beach scenes, and flower still lifes. Spicuzza taught for many years at the Milwaukee Art Institute and he received numerous regional and national awards. A lush, vibrant painting rendered in spring, Landscape with Trees very likely depicts apple blossoms in an orchard outside of Milwaukee.

atriumOne time Rental of the Museum’s Anne G. and Howard S. Kaylor Atrium v. $1,800 With its glass roof, plein-air lighting effects and openness, the Kaylor Atrium is a beautiful space that will greatly enhance anyone’s special event.

gonsalvesRob Gonsalves Framed (giclée) Limited Edition, Signed #10 of 295 Doll’s Dreamhouse 18.625″ h x 14.875 v. $725 Donated by an anonymous donor, Gonsalves injects a sense of magic into realistic scenes. As a result, the term “Magic Realism” describes his work accurately. His work is an attempt to represent human beings’ desire to believe in the impossible.

David Orkherling 1Hagerstown, Maryland, Oil on canvas, 2018, David Ohlerking v. $600 David participated in the plein air event hosted by the WCMFA. From Doylestown, PA, he travels across the country using his vehicle as a makeshift studio. His work can be seen at Gifts Inn BoonsBoro in 2019.

man holding cashPot of Gold v. $550 Cash

Spichers Logo43” Samsung Full HDTV Smart TV v. $325 Family owned and operated, Spichers has been serving the community since 1955. Three locations offer customers in the tri-state area quality home appliances and electronics.

marinoff-theater-480x480Contemporary American Theater Festival, gift certificate of two Rep 4 Passes for the 2019 Festival next July v. $400 Attend four productions in the Frank Center & Marinoff Theater during CATF’s 2019 Season. (Excluding Opening Night Performances July 5 & 6, 2019). CATF’s commitment to new work is an annual festival of new plays by American playwrights, most often premieres or second or third productions. CATF focuses on plays that deal with contemporary issues that boldly challenge and entertain audiences.

glenstonePrivate one day museum tour with lunch for two to Washington, DC v. $300 Hosted by WCMFA Past President, John Schnebly and Director, Rebecca Massie Lane.

waltersPrivate Tour for four at the Walters Art Museum by Daniel Fulco, WCMFA Agnita M. Stine Schreiber Curator v. $300 A private guided tour and discussion of the Walters’ renowned collection in Baltimore’s historic Mount Vernon District. Tour highlights include; European paintings and sculptures from the Middle Ages to the 19th century, the arts of the ancient Mediterranean world, and works from Islamic and East Asian cultures. Lunch is included.

kellerstonebraker4 Orioles Game Tickets w/Parking Pass, Donated by Keller Stonebraker Insurance Inc. v. $225 A fun family environment, a trip to Oriole Park at Camden Yards is always a great experience! Tickets must be used for the date provided, no exchanges are available.

woman-glowing-inside-float-podAn Introspective Experience with Art and sensory deprivation tank float at Regenerate Float Center v. $200 Experience the silence and calmness from roaming the WCMFA’s galleries after closing. Slow down, reflect, and meditate while observing art and taking it in on an entirely new introspective level. Walk through the galleries in silence followed by guided meditation under the stars in the Atrium. This experience will be limited to a small group of the winner’s selection. The winner only will also be treated to a free sensory deprivation tank float at Regenerate Float Center, in Hagerstown. A wonderful way to reflect and clarify your mind.

17424976_10155220059108631_5458205650077063538_n2 Tickets for both MSO “Beethoven: Heroines and Heroes” concert April 27th or 28th and Ella & Louis Concert: May 11th and $50 Visa Gift Card v. $200 The Maryland Symphony Orchestra provides a dazzling variety of programs, from the grand musical treasures of the Masterworks Series to the joyful offerings of the MSO Pops! and Home for the Holidays.