Stroudsburg, PA

The Gamut of the Natural

Paul Adam Smeltz
The Gamut Art Gallery Views of Why Nature is Abstract Exhibition.Paparazzi Paul

The Gamut Art Gallery in Stroudsburg, PA held an Artists’ Reception on Saturday January 22nd for their Exhibition titled, Views of Why Nature is Abstract.” The walls were filled with images created by Lois Silver Zini, Tricia Lowery Lippert, Will Rothuss, Jane Voorhees, and Chris Centrella alongside the usual oddities and collected items the establishment is well known for. Their work as well as the delightful atmosphere inspired numerous conversations which enhanced the evening.

Although the styles of the featured work embodied a vision unique to each artist, the exhibition combined to create a wonderful blend of colors and images which enhanced the welcoming environment of the well attended event. Visiting the gallery during its business hours would be a worthwhile endeavor as there is treat for the senses in every space it possesses. The exhibition will be on display until March 27th.

Gamut Art Gallery originated from a personal desire to discover the beautiful and unusual - to share art, its history and our ‘experience of unearthing’.  Discovery of art that interested us has always been an adventure.   We have put together an eclectic mix of selected antiques, crafts, contemporary art, sculptures, vintage, one of a kind and unusual items spanning the early 1890’s to present day. You can learn more information about the Gamut Gallery which include visiting hours and how to purchase each item by visiting their website at

Paul Adam Smeltz is the founder/facilitator of The Forwardian Arts Society which is a fellowship of people who share a desire to encourage, support, and love the experiences of creative individuals and groups as they go forward toward their dreams. We would like to learn more about you. Please feel free to visit our website at for more information.

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Paul Adam Smeltz began his semi professional writing career as columnist writing art and social commentary for The East Stroudsburg University of PA Student Newspaper titled, "The Stroud Courier."

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