Stroudsburg, PA – An eclectic collection of art will be unveiled to the public during the grand opening of the Adam’s Jewelry Gallery in Stroudsburg from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 12. The event will also benefit the United Way of Monroe County.
The Gallery showcases unusual and gorgeous artwork that represents a variety of cultures, eras and creative mediums. Items include oil and watercolor paintings, pottery, sculptures and glassware. Of special interest are a portrait of boxer Muhammad Ali, Native American Indian pieces, Egyptian art, and bird figurines crafted from gemstones.
Appetizers and beverages will be served during the event, which will feature artwork sales during the afternoon and a live auction of selected items from 1 to 2 p.m. Fifty percent of all proceeds will go to the United Way’s work of “Uniting People and Improving Lives” in Monroe County.
“We look forward to a wonderful afternoon that celebrates our Gallery’s grand opening and our unique blend of featured artwork,” said Sam Salama, owner of Adam’s Jewelry. “We are proud to donate half of the proceeds to United Way as a token of appreciation to our community.”
According to Salama, the art displayed in the Gallery will continually change and will also feature local artists. Besides the Gallery, the store features a stunning assortment of fine jewelry for men, women and children.
The Adam’s Jewelry Gallery is located on Route 611 in Stroudsburg next to Staples. For more information, call 570-420-0672.
The United Way of Monroe County provides health/human services through community initiatives and outreach, and funding to more than 30 local programs. Its targeted need areas include Engaging Youth, Meeting Basic Needs, Helping Children Succeed and Promoting Self-Sufficiency. Founded in 1942, the organization is celebrating 70 years of service to the community. Learn more at www.unitedwaymonroe.org.