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Downtown Glendale event to welcome, honor international artist

Posted 4/18/22

International artist Tere Derbez B. will visit Memory Lane Trinkets and Treasures from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 23, to showcase her gallery of work.

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Downtown Glendale event to welcome, honor international artist

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International artist Tere Derbez B. will visit Memory Lane Trinkets and Treasures from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 23, to showcase her gallery of work.

Derbez was born in Mexico City and has art studios in Mexico and Arizona. She began her studies at the Institute of Fine Arts of San Luis Potosí.

Her painting style leads toward surrealism. She favors painting in oil and pastel; however, she has worked with other techniques, watercolors, acrylics, graphite and even coffee. She is always looking for new forms and techniques of expression.

Derbez has extensive international experience and has hosted art exhibitions throughout the world. She is also a writer, and writes regularly for newspapers and magazines in Mexico. She has also written two books of poems and a novel.

Derbez supports the El Angel de Sofia Foundation, which is focused on helping young people and adults to help realize their dreams of life by promoting education, art and sports.

“We are honored to welcome Tere Derbez B. to Downtown Glendale which has a treasured history of arts and culture,” Lorraine Zomok, owner of Memory Lane Trinkets and Treasures, shared in a statement.

A formal welcome will take place at 11:30 a.m. Beverages and sweet treats will be served.

Attendees will have the opportunity to purchase tickets ($10 each) for a chance to win an original painting by Derbez. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the El Angel de Sofia Foundation.

RSVPs requested by email to Flora@fctstrategiesllc.com or by calling Zomok at 623-440-9036.

Memory Lane Trinkets and Treasures is located at 5836 W. Palmaire Ave., in the Historic Catlin Court Retail District. Visit memorylanetrinketsandtreasures.com.

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