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Artists of the Superstitions plans 2 art shows in February

Posted 1/5/21

The Artists of the Superstitions is hosting two art shows in February — one in Queen Creek and one in Apache Junction.

Both showcase artworks in glass, drawing, gourds, photography, jewelry, …

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Artists of the Superstitions plans 2 art shows in February

“Monuments of the Valley,” by Bill Agard, who was in Studio 2 at the 14th Annual Fall Studio Tour in November hosted by The Artists of the Superstitions.
“Monuments of the Valley,” by Bill Agard, who was in Studio 2 at the 14th Annual Fall Studio Tour in November hosted by The Artists of the Superstitions.
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The Artists of the Superstitions is hosting two art shows in February — one in Queen Creek and one in Apache Junction.

Both showcase artworks in glass, drawing, gourds, photography, jewelry, fabric, painting and woodworking.

The first is an art show 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday. Feb. 13, at the Mountain View Lutheran Church, 2122 S. Goldfield Road in Apache Junction.

The second is Art in the Olive Grove 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 21, with music, wine tasting, a gift shop and tours at The Queen Creek Olive Mill, 25062 S. Meridian Road in Queen Creek.

More detailed information may be found at the Artists of the Superstitions website, artistsofthesuperstitions.com or email questions to artists.superstitions@gmail.com.

Artists of the Superstitions was originally formed in March 2007 as the Gold Canyon Artists Group, a group of artists living and working in the Gold Canyon and Apache Junction areas.

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“We are a diverse group representing an interesting array of art mediums,” according to the website. “Inspired by the Superstition Mountains, the imposing landmark that is part of our daily lives, we changed the name of the group from the Gold Canyon Artists Group to Artists of the Superstitions in January 2008.”

In December 2010, Artists of the Superstitions was accepted into the Arizona Art Alliance, a consortium of art groups in the greater Phoenix area.

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