By Sharon Comstock | Artists of the Superstitions member
Mark your calendars and make plans with your friends to come out to the 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, Artists of the Superstitions Olive Mill show in Queen Creek.
Our Olive Mill show at 25062 S. Meridian Road gives you a great reason to see a beautiful venue at which you can wander in the trees and relax as you spend the day in the Queen Creek area, shopping, lunching and meeting with our artists and seeing their latest work.
Who knows, you may even find a very special piece of art or jewelry that speaks to you and says take me home.
The Superstition Mountains have inspired the artists of our group to make their art, like so many since ancient times, in many different ways. The area inspires all with its gorgeous desert scenery, a wide variety of wildlife that roams the wilderness, and many gorgeous gems, minerals and colors, all of which get incorporated into our art.
Please join us for Art in the Olive Grove.
The Olive Mill is also a very interesting and special place, and we hope you will come out for a beautiful day of browsing in a park-like setting. Here you will experience finely crafted olive oil for sale in their gift shop, plus coffee, pizza and sandwiches. You can tour the Olive Mill for a fee.
The Artists of the Superstitions is a juried art group of award-winning artists formed in 2007. At the AOTS Olive Mill show, visitors will have the opportunity to view and purchase fine art from our members displaying their creations in beads, fabric, gemstones, glass, gourds, jewelry, painting, photography, pottery, silver, sculpture, wood and more.