Inaugural art fest a huge success for Superior

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April 6 was a busy day in Downtown Superior with the inaugural Superior Arts Festival.  A self guided mural walk, silent auction, musicians, art rock hunt and a multitude of vendors and demonstrations  made the event a hit with the many folks who attended.  Many new faces were in Town which is great for Superior.  Thanks to all that participated in this fun event.

A closer look of fluid art that Leanne Taylor is learning from Leslie Martin. Photo by Deb Sears

Leslie Martin did a fluid art demo and showed Leanne Taylor how to do it. Photo by Deb Sears

‘Papa’ Dale was our strolling musician. (Dale Shacklet) photo by Deb Sears

Local artist Keri Richards with some of her ceramics. Photo by Deb Sears

Lucy Wing from the Jade Grill gave a talk about culinary art. Photo by Deb Sears

Mauricio Rivera from Phoenix joined us with his fabulous art. Photo by Deb Sears

Shirley Holmquist told her story of dance and performed a beautiful demonstration. Photo by Deb Sears

Some of the art displayed. Photo by Deb Sears

Superior Superhero Stuff even had comic book art. Photo by Deb Sears

Willa at Sunflour Market had to restock with a very busy day. Photo by Deb Sears.

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