The Artists of the Superstitions MID-WINTER SHOW at The QUEEN CREEK OLIVE MILL

Feb 24th

  • Hours9 AM to 3 PM
  • AdmissionFree
  • Time9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
AOTS presents our
MID-WINTER SHOW at The QUEEN CREEK OLIVE MILL
Saturday, Feb 24, 2024 from 9 am to 3 pm

The Artists of the Superstitions invite you to our mid-winter Art Show,
offering you a chance to attend a widely varied show
and sale, at which you can browse fine art offerings outside among the olive trees.
This show is offered free to the public, so please join us for this event.

It is also where you can complete your home décor by
finding your own special piece of art.
Our artists offer their creative works in Fiber, Glass, Gourds,
Jewelry, Metals, Mixed Media, Mosaics,
Painting & Drawing, Photography, Pottery and Wood and more.

The Artists of the Superstitions is a juried art group
of award-winning artists formed in 2007.
As a group, we are all inspired for our chosen art forms
by the beautiful scenery and colors of our surrounding
Sonoran Desert and the gorgeous Superstition Mountains.
Come out and see! Our group is all local artists,
and we support the arts with donations to our local schools.

The Queen Creek Olive Mill is located at 25062 S Meridian Rd In Queen Creek (off Combs Rd). Here you will experience finely crafted olive oil and products for sale in their gift shop, plus a cafe, bistro, bar, grocer and coffee crafters. You can also tour the Olive Mill for a fee.
Their telephone number is 480-888-9290

More detailed information for this show may be found at the
Artists of the Superstitions website, www.artistsofthesuperstitions.com,
or email your questions to: artists.superstitions@gmail.com
  • Location The Queen Creek Olive Mill
  • 25062 S Meridian Rd
  • Queen Creek, AZ, Arizona 85142

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