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Quintana Galleries Closing Its Doors After 42 Years of Business

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

 

Photo via Alyssa Macy Photography (image cropped)

Quintana Galleries- the longest running art gallery in Portland- is closing its doors after 42 years of business.

This decision came after several months of careful consideration and family discussions. Although the gallery will be sorely missed, the Quintana family felt that it was the right time to officially retire.

Throughout their 42-year history, Quintana Galleries had grown to become one of the Nation’s most important forums for Native American art.

The Quintana family chose to close the gallery, instead of selling it, because they were unable to find a buyer that shared the same values and commitment to Native American art that the gallery was originally founded on.

For those who share the same passion for Native American art, you can now take home a piece of history. Quintana Galleries has begun their closing inventory sale. All remaining inventory is currently 20% to 50% off.

Quintana Galleries will be closing on August 15th, 2015. 

 

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