BELLEFONTAINE – Nov. 14 will begin the creative work that goes into making the Logan County Art League’s second “Not so Bad Art by Good People” fundraiser a fun and county-wide competition.
Non-artist “celebrities” will be meeting on Monday evenings at the Gallery at the Holland Theatre in Bellefontaine to create works of art. Later they will be campaigning for the public’s vote for their artwork. We would like to introduce you to this year’s Not So Bad Artists:” Carol Baird, Consultant, Shine FM/President, Keihatsu, Ltd.; Dan Bratka, Logan County Family Court Judge; Shary Duff, Author; Nancy Knight, retired Superintendent of Ohio Hi-Point Career Center; Mandy Loehr, Reporter, Bellefontaine Examiner; Thelma Mathews, Cracked Pot Studio, Union Station; Brenda Moots, The Depot; Robin Reames, Mayor of Russells Point; Chad Ross, VP of Operations at Mary Rutan Hospital; Holly VanBuskirk, Veterinary Assistant, Southgate Veterinary Clinic; Chris Westhoff, Holland Theatre, LoCo Arts, and Mad River Theater Works; Will Zell, Owner, Sweet Aromas Coffee; and Doug Zimmerman, Broker/Owner Zimmerman Realty, Ltd.
All of the completed artwork by the participating artists will be on display at the Gallery at the Holland and from Jan. 9 to Feb. 3. The public is invited to view the work and vote for their favorite piece of art. Voting costs $1 per vote, and there are no restrictions on the number of times you can vote.
The art will be auctioned at an event to be held at the Holland Theatre on Feb. 3 and the winner of the popular vote will be announced and receive a special trophy. The funds raised will be used by the Logan County Art League to benefit and encourage the growth of the visual arts in the Logan County area.
Sponsors to date of the event are: Silver Level: Mary Rutan Hospital and Mobile Instruments; and Bronze Level: People’s Savings and Loan, Alan Galvez Insurance, Craft Paper Scissors, Citizens Federal, Unseen Elegance, Choice Properties Real Estate, and Duff Quarry. To become a sponsor or for more information on the event call Karen Feltham at 937-468-2874.
Submitted by the Logan County Art League.