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Camas’ family-owned Attic Gallery turns 50

Business to host reception, exhibit with artists from across the decades

By , Columbian staff writer
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Pedestrians stroll past the Attic Gallery in downtown Camas on a recent Friday morning.
Pedestrians stroll past the Attic Gallery in downtown Camas on a recent Friday morning. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

CAMAS — Fifty years of any business is a major accomplishment. Fifty years of a fine art gallery is almost unheard of.

The Attic Gallery has jumped around the metropolitan area a few times since its unusual launch on the top floor of Diana Faville’s Portland home in spring 1973.

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