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Two Rivers Gallery and Gift Shop

Two Rivers Art Gallery and Gift Shop, located in Chiloquin, Oregon is a unique non-profit community art gallery run entirely by volunteers. Even though Chiloquin is small, the gallery is large and an unexpected surprise to those who enter. It is filled with beauty and an assortment of artworks that are uniquely created by over 95 local Artists in the county. The prices have a great range for any shopper.

Two Rivers Art Gallery and Gift Shop
Two Rivers Art Gallery and Gift Shop | Kamrin Nielsen
Two Rivers Gallery and Gift Shop
Two Rivers Gallery and Gift Shop | Holly Macfee

Contact Information

140 S. First St.
Chiloquin Community Center
Chiloquin, OR. 97624
(541) 783-3326

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