The Steam Pump Village Fine Art Festival returns to Oro Valley for its second time, Feb. 4 amp; 5, bringing with it even better quality artists and live music.
Over 30 fine artists, both national and local, will display art in various mediums includingceramics, fiber, glass, jewelry, sculpture, mixed media, paintings, drawings, photography, printmaking, wood and furniture. Price ranges from about $10 to $2,000.
Live demonstrations and booth chats are new this year, which will give festival-goers an inside look at what goes into making all the artwork.
The Arizona Theatre Company will be hosting a game of chance in which attendees can enter to win free passes to an upcoming performance. Patrons are also encouraged to stop in for some lunch at the nearby Baggins or Chilis located in the same shopping center.
We are really excited to present this festival to the residents of Northwest Tucson. We know there are many opportunities for local art lovers to attend these types of shows, but what is different about ours is that we focus on quality, not quantity. The public can expect to walk through our show and be wowed by the magnificent art that will be presented, says Matt Bowman, the Festivals Organizer. With many people hosting Super Bowl Parties that weekend, its the perfect time for patrons to pick up that one-of-a-kind conversation piece just in time for the party.