Escape to Paradise wins at Bad Art Ball


Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart helps auction off a painting titled "Thin Blue Line" by Shelby County Sheriff D.A.R.E. Officer Brian Strunk, during Gateway Arts Council's Bad Art Ball. The auction was held at the Palazzo in Botkins on Thursday, Oct. 1. This year the council teamed up with the Amos Memorial Library.

Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart helps auction off a painting titled "Thin Blue Line" by Shelby County Sheriff D.A.R.E. Officer Brian Strunk, during Gateway Arts Council's Bad Art Ball. The auction was held at the Palazzo in Botkins on Thursday, Oct. 1. This year the council teamed up with the Amos Memorial Library.


Karla Doseck, left, of Botkins, is declared the winner of the Bad Art by Good People contest by Gateway Arts Council Executive Director Ellen Keyes during the Bad Art Ball. The ball was held at the Palazzo in Botkins on Thursday, Oct. 1. This year the council teamed up with the Amos Memorial Library. Doseck’s work is titled “Escape to Paradise” and was auctioned off during the ball along with all the other artwork done by contributing members of the community.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Karla Doseck, left, of Botkins, is declared the winner of the Bad Art by Good People contest by Gateway Arts Council Executive Director Ellen Keyes during the Bad Art Ball. The ball was held at the Palazzo in Botkins on Thursday, Oct. 1. This year the council teamed up with the Amos Memorial Library. Doseck’s work is titled “Escape to Paradise” and was auctioned off during the ball along with all the other artwork done by contributing members of the community.

Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart helps auction off a painting titled "Thin Blue Line" by Shelby County Sheriff D.A.R.E. Officer Brian Strunk, during Gateway Arts Council’s Bad Art Ball. The auction was held at the Palazzo in Botkins on Thursday, Oct. 1. This year the council teamed up with the Amos Memorial Library.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/10/web1_SDN100320BadArtBall.jpgShelby County Sheriff John Lenhart helps auction off a painting titled "Thin Blue Line" by Shelby County Sheriff D.A.R.E. Officer Brian Strunk, during Gateway Arts Council’s Bad Art Ball. The auction was held at the Palazzo in Botkins on Thursday, Oct. 1. This year the council teamed up with the Amos Memorial Library.

Karla Doseck, left, of Botkins, is declared the winner of the Bad Art by Good People contest by Gateway Arts Council Executive Director Ellen Keyes during the Bad Art Ball. The ball was held at the Palazzo in Botkins on Thursday, Oct. 1. This year the council teamed up with the Amos Memorial Library. Doseck’s work is titled “Escape to Paradise” and was auctioned off during the ball along with all the other artwork done by contributing members of the community.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/10/web1_SDN100320BadArtBall2.jpgKarla Doseck, left, of Botkins, is declared the winner of the Bad Art by Good People contest by Gateway Arts Council Executive Director Ellen Keyes during the Bad Art Ball. The ball was held at the Palazzo in Botkins on Thursday, Oct. 1. This year the council teamed up with the Amos Memorial Library. Doseck’s work is titled “Escape to Paradise” and was auctioned off during the ball along with all the other artwork done by contributing members of the community. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News