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2023 Signature Raffle

Jon Brooks sculpture and studio tour

Jon Brooks, Running Bench, 2021, Curly Maple Seat with stain and oil and varnish finish
Legs: Hard Maple with acrylic, color pencil and lacquer finish, 20 in. x 11 1/2 in. x 48 in.

This is a unique opportunity to own a signature item by New Hampshire sculptor Jon Brooks, a leading member of the American Studio Furniture Movement for over 40 years and a featured artist in the Currier Museum’s collection. Brooks is highly regarded nationally and internationally as a furniture maker and sculptor, and for his ability to combine craftsmanship, inventiveness, and poetic whimsy.

Purchase of a raffle ticket offers you the chance to win this stunning piece, Running Bench, as well as a visit and tour of his studio with lunch included.

Raffle tickets will be sold at $150 each, with a limit of 150 tickets sold. Your purchase of a raffle ticket also includes admission to a special ARTalk with the artist on Sunday, June 11 at 2 pm!

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The raffle winner will be announced on Sunday, June 11 at the ARTalk.
The winner need not be present to win.
Purchase of a raffle ticket does not include admittance to the event.

The winner will be notified in person or via phone/email (contact details provided at the time of purchase).

Raffle tickets are non-refundable and are not tax-deductible.

If you have any questions regarding the raffle or your purchase, please contact Stewardship Manager, Kaity Stanton, at (603) 518-4939 or KStanton@currier.org

Thank you for supporting the Currier!

“My artwork is about collaboration with nature, using naturally formed hardwood, which is found and harvested in the local forests that surround my home and studio. I am attracted to the architecture of nature as a compelling dance of control and chaos. My art is about cooperating with the shapes I find to create a balance of form, function, and craftsmanship.”
– Jon Brooks

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