Stratford library hosting photography exhibit
STRATFORD — Original photography by Scott D. Lewis of Bethel will be the February 2019 art exhibit at the Stratford Library. It is the first appearance of Lewis’ work at the Library which is entitled, “Roadside Attractions”. It is free and open to the public.
“Roadside Attractions” captures snippets of life on the road we too often let pass by. In this show, photographer Scott D. Lewis presents a series of stolen moments shot from the viewpoint of a car in motion. The images together become a moving picture show, allowing the viewer to contemplate where we are going and where we have come from. Lewis has enjoyed a career as a highly regarded life model.
The strong sense of composition in these time-stopping images is a fusion of his own creative vision with wisdom gleaned from years of listening in on the teachings of the area’s most knowledgeable artists. Having previously taken part in the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut’s Accessible Art Project, as well as other group shows in various galleries, he is pleased to put his picture show on display once again for the public to see.
Viewing hours for the “Roadside Attractions” art exhibit are: Monday-Thursday: 10-8 and Friday-Saturday: 10-5 and Sunday: 1-5 pm. The display is located in the Main Lobby of the Stratford Library, 2203 Main Street in Stratford and will continue through February 2019.
For further information, call the library’s Public Relations and Programming Office at: 203.385-4162 or visit its website at: www.stratfordlibrary.org .