Since its establishment in 1972, Quintana Galleries was one of the Northwest's most important forums for Native American Arts. The cultivated collection of both antique and contemporary works ranged from totem poles and masks of the Northwest Coast, to the fine antique baskets and contemporary sculpture of the Columbia River Gorge.
Quintana Galleries represented a talented group of highly-trained fine artists, as well as self-taught makers of fine objects. Each artist's style is unique and of the highest caliber.
Their top priority was always an active involvement in both Native communities and their own, with nonprofit organizations and with their esteemed clientele.