|"Candlewood Kiss"© Elisabeth J. Levyh|
From her press release: “I was relaxing at home one afternoon in mid-January when I looked outside and couldn’t believe how gorgeous the Lake looked. I had marveled at its beauty countless times but this Light and what it was doing to the water and the hills around it was beyond anything I had ever seen here before. I grabbed my camera and kept shooting until it got too dark. Then the next day I went out and shot again. It was about 24 hours of Candlewood Magic. It was my last winter on the Lake and I felt like it was giving me a kiss good-bye, hence the title of the Series.”
The exhibit is part of the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut's "Accessible Art Series".