PENDLETON - Ellen Taylor is moving the Clarence Burke Gallery to a location near the Pendleton Underground Tours.

Taylor opened the gallery in October 2008 and named it after her uncle, a late chief of the Umatilla Tribe. An artist herself who grew up on the Umatilla Indian Reservation, the gallery features artists from throughout the Pacific Northwest. Taylor describes the gallery's art as multicultural.

Taylor said she is moving this weekend from 24 S.E. Emigrant Ave. to 21 S.W. Emigrant Ave., near the Underground Tours, and will open "as soon as we get everything set up." Taylor said the new location will be a better fit to draw in tourists.

- Phil Wright

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