By Mike Smith

Attic Gallery, a fine art gallery in Camas, Washington supports contemporary artists and has displayed their work since 1973.  The Attic Gallery  began in Diana Faville's attic of her home.   At that time,  there were only three other fine art galleries in Portland, Oregon.  
In 1984, the Attic Gallery opened its downtown location at 206 SW First Avenue between SW Oak St. and SW Pine St. one block west of the waterfront.  The gallery was on the Max line (take the Oak St. exit and walk North).   In October of 2015 our building was sold  and we were lucky to find a new location in Camas, WA that features a free standing wood beam structure with hanging walls for paintings designed and built by Tommer Gonser, a warm atmosphere with a red floor and a whole city of friendly neighbors who join together each First Friday with theme openings 5 to 8 pm.
The gallery's goal is to exhibit unique works by gallery artists.  Their works are showcased to collectors with changing monthly exhibits.

The gallery features a full service custom  frame shop, a full time expert framer to fill any order, and a design center with an extensive collection of frame and mat samples from which to choose custom  framing.


421 NE Cedar Street Camas, WA 98607

Tuesday through Saturday,
11 to 5:00 pm.



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