Vista Life Innovations, a community-based organization dedicated to supporting the personal success of individuals with disabilities, is partnering with Project: Music Heals Us to present Portraits of Beethoven, an interactive art series that explores the life of famed composer Ludwig van Beethoven through visual and performing arts.
Sponsored by the Danielle Rose Paikin Foundation, Portraits of Beethoven will feature two paint nights at Water's Edge Resort and Spa in Westbrook where attendees will paint images that tie into Beethoven's life story. No prior painting experience is required and all artistic abilities are welcome to participate.
Based on Beethoven's incredible life journey, this series combines the missions of both Vista and Project: Music Heals Us, a nonprofit organization that uses music to educate, encourage and heal diverse populations, including the homeless, disabled and elderly. The goal of this collaborative project is to inspire, motivate and unite the community at large through the power of music and creative expression.The paint nights are scheduled for Jan. 16 and Jan. 23 at Water's Edge. For more information about Portraits of Beethoven, contact Jessica Lillge at 860-399-8080 ext. 269.