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Amadora Gallery specializes in tribal art

galleries continue to march south along Santa Fe Dr. (and Kalamath St.), rounding out Baker's portion of the Santa Fe Arts District; one new addition is Amadora Gallery at 329 Santa Fe:

Amadora Gallery storefront

Amadora Gallery

Fancy Tiger Clothing showcases local furniture shop, Fin Art


Fancy Tiger Clothing continues its “Denver Made” series by showcasing Baker furniture designers Fin Art at 7 p.m. on Friday, 1 April 2011 at 18 S. Broadway; come for drinks, music and extraordinary furniture — Fin Art uses alternative and cast-off materials to produce their unique functional art

in preparation for the show Fancy Tiger has posted a brief interview with Fin Art's Rob McGowan and Ben Olson

1 Apr 2011 - 7:00pm - 10:00pm

451 N. Broadway


451 N. Broadway
Denver, CO
United States
39° 43' 24.0924" N, 104° 59' 15.072" W

description from the 2010 Doors Open Denver program:

This bridge-trussed building that now contains an antique store was one of Denver’s first automobile shops: a Chevrolet dealership. Its large beams and Spanish-style arched windows add to the antique feel. An additional location on South Lipan that stores salvaged antique architectural components was built in 1920 as a construction material warehouse, using iron trusses recycled from a railroad trestle and marked Carnegie Steel.

  • Year Built: 1911

475 Lincoln St. - Sink Combs Dethlefs


475 Lincoln St.
denver, CO
United States
39° 43' 25.6764" N, 104° 59' 10.626" W

description from the 2010 Doors Open Denver program:

This 40,000-square-foot building has been a car dealership and a roller-skating rink, which accounts for its 30-foot-high barrel-vaulted ceiling and length of 300 feet.

Denver Urban Homesteading covered in regional magazine

most of us don't keep up with Ag Journal, a La Junta, Colorado-based periodical covering midwest agricultural issues, but Ag Journal is keeping up with Baker; it has just published a detailed article on Baker's own farmer's market, Denver Urban Homesteading: "Urban homesteading brings farm to city"

Mayan Theater Facade

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