Monday, November 10, 2014

Art at The Station, Early in the Evening

The Historic Dansbury Depot in East Stroudsburg, PA hosted an Artists’ Reception on Friday November 7th for the Eastburg Community Alliance exhibition titled, “The Outsider Perspective: The Grey Carter Objects of Art” which featured the works within the Grey Carter Collection. A variety of artists and artistic approaches adorned the walls of the new art space to the area which also houses a studio for classes and numerous functions, such as weddings, for the local community. A sizable gathering filled the room as conversations exploring the potentialities a relationship between the business and artistic community could have on the municipality in which the depot is located.

The images embodied in the exhibit ranged from those whose quiet colors whispered their presence to the viewer to those whose vibrant hues and exuberant depictions demanded one’s attention through their deafening visions. Yet, the entirety of the exhibit had a gentle flow about it that pleased the crowd while they shared words flavored by the wine, cheese, and crackers provided by Brian Stone CPA. You’ll find more photographs taken during the Artists’ Reception for The Outsider Perspective: The Grey Carter Objects of Art exhibition held on Friday November 7th at

The Outsider Perspective: The Grey Carter Objects of Art exhibition will continue to be on display at The Historic Dansbury Depot in East Stroudsburg, PA until November 16th and is worthwhile visiting during its visit to the depot. Artists whose work are in the exhibit are represented by Grey Carter who has been collecting the images created by self-taught, visionary, and artists who are considered “outsider” for over 50 years. Mr. Carter has a gallery in McLean, VA in which he has compiled a collection of works ranging from those created by well established and highly regarded masters to new artists more recently discovered along with works that defy categorization. You can learn more about Grey Carter, his collection, and all he offers to art enthusiasts by exploring his website at

The Eastburg Community Alliance was established over 30 years ago by local leaders and business owners and is funded through a combination of local grants, direct fundraising, memberships, and local contributions. Besides their The Outsider Perspective: The Grey Carter Objects of Art exhibition which is presented at The Historic Dansbury Depot, The Eastburg Community Alliance holds a Winter Holiday Celebration which is scheduled for Saturday December 13th, an Annual Freedom Festival celebrating the 4th of July, a Fall Octoberfest, and many more events throughout the year. You’ll be able to learn more about The Eastburg Community Alliance and what they offer to the community by visiting their Facebook Page at

Photography by Paparazzi Paul.

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