Amadora Gallery specializes in tribal art

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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

the gallery is open Fridays 3-10 p.m. and Saturdays 1-6 p.m. so i've only been able to window shop, however i was impressed by the wide variety of artworks gathered into one understated storefront, and the gallery website is full of interesting details about tribes and their art