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Shaffer Fine Art Gallery was opened in December 1998 by Gail Shaffer in the Rose City of Portland Oregon. Having been in the art world for over 16 years working for some of the most beautiful and successful galleries in Hawaii, California, Washington and Oregon, Shaffer has put together a collection of art and artists that will enhance your life, home and art collection.

Artists include Viktor Shvaiko, James Coleman, Roy Tabora, S. Sam Park, Donnie Wanner, Scott Hanson, Walfrido, Ed Pasternak, Lau Chun, John Lotton and others. Located in the historic George Lawrence building, on the corner of SW First and Oak, in downtown Portland.

Location: 308 SW First Avenue, Ste 158, Portland Oregon 97204 Telephone 503-295-4979 Toll Free: 877-844-3447 Fax 503-295-4976

Other Art nearby:
(Vancouver) AJ's Wedding Photography
(Portland) Alysia Duckler Gallery
(McMinnville) Anderson Gallery
(Portland) Artisan's Cooperative Gallery
(McMinnville) Artistree
(Portland) Augen Gallery


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