On the picturesque road winding through Cave Creek and Carefree sits the historic, fondly-remembered “Treehouse” shaded by a grand, century old Tamarisk tree. The rustic building previously housed the Cave Creek Cowboy Company and is now known as the Cave Creek Station.

The station is the proud new home of The Finer Arts Gallery: a gallery that transcends the rustic past with today’s contemporary fine art, yet still pays tribute to its history by including art with a Western flair. 

The artist-owned gallery represents a variety of art media created by well-known and accomplished professionals spanning the gambit from bronze to glass, oil to acrylic, custom jewelry, watercolor, graphite and more.


These professionals are the individual artists who operate the direct-to-patron sales where 45 artists call it home.

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“The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.” 

Pablo Picasso 
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