Artists of the Superstitions open their doors November 1 & 2, 2014

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The Annual Artists of the Superstitions’ self-guided studio tour will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. November 1 & 2. This has become an anticipated event for art lovers since it began in 2007. This free, self-guided tour allows you to visit many of the artists’ studios, which are close to each other scattered in front of the awesome Superstitions Mountains.  The juried artists offer their creativity in Clay, Glass, Gourds, Jewelry, Painting, Photography, Pottery, Sculpture, Wood, and more.  This gives you a wonderful time to just relax and spend the weekend in the Gold Canyon/Apache Junction area, driving roads less traveled, visiting studios, meeting with the artists, and watching them demonstrate their creativity.

While visiting each studio, take some time to really see the art works these artists create, and you might find a special piece that speaks to you.

In 2013 there were 54 artists at 23 studios. This year’s tour is expected to be even better.

Maps are available from the AOTS website:  www.artistsofthesuperstitions.com.  The map includes the addresses of each studio on the tour, the names of the artists, and each studio’s special medium.

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

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