The next exhibit in the Accessible Art Series hosted by The Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut is coming to a Bethel Restaurant starting this evening. The title of the series is "Candlewood Kiss: An Alternative View of a Beloved Lake".
The work is done by Fairfield County-based Artist Elisabeth J Levy. When she lived on Candlewood Lake, the home had a lot of windows and glass doors to take advantage of the view. The photos were taken on the last winter Levy lived on the Lake.
Levy took the photos says she feels Candlewood Lake is under-appreciated for its natural beauty during the “in-between time” as she calls it, after the boats and swimmers are gone.
The exhibit will be up at Portofino Restaurant and Wine Bar on Greenwood Avenue in Bethel through August 13th. An opening reception is set for Saturday afternoon.