June-July-August Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10:30am-3:30pm, Saturday 10am-4pm
June-July-August Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10:30am-3:30pm, Saturday 10am-4pm
We are thrilled to feature more than 60 local artisans, crafters and loca. From pottery to oil painting, photography to fused glass, our incredibly talented artisans range in age from 16 to 95. Each artisan brings their own unique and creative style to their one-of-a-kind pieces.
Here's a look at some of our artisans!
Anthony Hunt was born and raised in San Diego, California. He moved to Glendale, Arizona in 2006. Anthony has a love of the outdoors, animals and working with his hands. He loves to build and create and is always eager to learn a new trade and pick up a new hobby. Anthony credits his dad for his love of creating and passion for working with wood. Anthony skillfully creates custom engraved designs from wood including signs, games and novelties. He takes great pride in working with the grain of the wood and finding new designs to create for his customers. We are thrilled to feature Anthony’s beautiful woodwork at Memory Lane Trinkets and Treasures.
We are proud to feature Auntie La La's Boutique at Memory Lane Trinkets and Treasures. Rachel Phillips, has a passion for clothes and bargain shopping, and children's clothes became the focus (and favorite) when her niece was born. After countless shopping trips, Rachel found a major gap when it comes to quality children's clothing at an affordable prices she founded Auntie La La's Boutique! Stop in and see Rachel's wonderful variety of adorable baby clothing and products.
Barb Coe creates incredible upcycled denim purses. Originally from North Carolina, Barb moved to AZ in 1970. Barb has loved sewing since her 8th grade Home Ec class. She loves the process of designing and creating. Along with sewing, Barb loves spending time with her family and her two fur babies, Tigger (a dachshund) and Eeyore (a beagle mix). We get so excited when Barb brings in her latest creations. Stop by soon to check out the beautiful denim bags by Barb.
Dan Kallberg was born in Ohio and as a child often played in the backyard with clay that he found nearby. He moved to the Phoenix area in 1962. During his high school days, he took several art classes and kept looking in the back room at the potter’s wheel. After begging for a while, the teacher let him play on it, and he was hooked! About ten years ago, Dan talked to several potters at a craft show on the East Coast, and his passion for working with ceramics was renewed. He kept saying, “I can do that!” He enrolled in a ceramic class at Glendale Community College and had the opportunity to study with Jim Spires a Master Potter in Winesburg, Ohio. Jim provided him with one-on-one training sessions for several months. For Dan, throwing on the wheel is relaxing, challenging and rewarding. Dan is not someone who will throw several pots all the same size and shape. He tries to make his pieces unique and one-of-a-kind. Stop in soon to see Dan's beautiful array of birdbaths, planters and more!
Denise Kartman will tell you she has been crafting since as long as she can remember. It is truly her passion, creative outlet and a source of joy in her life. She loves when someone enjoys her work, as it is such a compliment. Originally from the East coast, Denise has been in Phoenix since Fall 1999. Her company, All About Angels, was created back East years ago, and although the goods are not always angel related, she loves the name and kept it. Denise creates in many different forms including freestyle wire wrapped jewelry, Italian crystal earrings and home décor like wine bottle wind chimes and mason jar nightlights. We are delighted to feature Denise's beautiful and wide array of art on display at Memory Lane Trinkets and Treasures.
Vincent Zomok created IZO Studios to experience life with individuals, companies, cities and states, and the beautiful landscapes that decorate all around us. Vincent is a Registered Nurse, specializing in Oncology Services. He has a B.S.N. from Grand Canyon University and has worked within many prestigious hospitals Arizona wide (Banner Health, Mayo Clinic, Cancer Treatment Centers of America). As an nurse, he has witnessed new life, all the way to end of life care. A perspective and spectrum of life has given him the chance to find the good in everything around us. And thus photography came into view. Vincent believes that photos have a way of capturing the "good stuff" at any stage of the game. Vince wants to capture the special moments and places to be remembered and shared with others. We are thrilled to feature Vincent's stunning photography in framed originals, on metal and in acrylic.
Jenny Denton has always loved rocks! Even as a child, Jenny was always looking for special rocks. On her first trip to the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show, Jenny went crazy when she saw all the varieties of beads, stones and crystals. They all resonate with her. Jenny loves creating unique necklaces and bracelets, working with the energy of the stones. She designs pieces that have meaning and meet a need for the individual who wears the necklace or bracelet. Jenny does a cleanse and Reiki for each piece of jewelry. Jenny takes special requests and loves creating that one-of-a-kind piece. We are excited to showcase Jenny's beautiful jewelry at Memory Lane Trinkets and Treasures.
Jenise Moreno has always been interested in antiques and collectibles. She owned a gift store in Virginia in the 90's. After closing the store and moving to Arizona, Jenise had thought of doing an on-line business but her career took a different direction.
Harmony Kingdom, Department 56 Snowbabies, Swarovski Crystal, Hummels and Fenton are some of the specialty lines of collectibles that Jenise is now offering at Memory Lane Trinkets and Treasures. Most of the collectibles line pieces are retired and many are special or limited-edition pieces. Jenise is offering her wide variety of collectibles at discounted prices. Stop by soon to see Jenise’s beautiful collection of specialty items.
Joyce Dodd Harcharik portrays and paints colorful ethnic, culture, spiritual and social aspects of international people and their lands. She connects the world in the universal language of color. Her bright vibrant colorful brush strokes record timeless stories and are cherished by collectors around the world.
We are truly honored to feature a wide array of original oil paintings, giclée, prints and specialty cards by Joyce Dodd Harcharik at Memory Lane Trinkets and Treasures.
Lydia Algozzini is an Arizona native. She first started painting in 2018 when her parents signed her up for a three-week summer art class. That class quickly ignited her passion for creating acrylic pours and slides and she quickly began mastering the art form. Most of her acrylics are inspired by the ocean or space. Her interests also include drawing and animation and her favorite subjects are wolves and dragons. Lydia signs her work 'Lemon Smoothy'(LS) and is our youngest artist at Memory Lane Trinkets and Treasures. We are thrilled to feature her eclectic and iconic collection of acrylic pours and slides.
Melissa Granrath recently joined our Memory Lane family and already has quite the following. Born in Ohio, (a huge Buckeye fan--Go Buckeyes!) Melissa moved to Arizona at the age of three. A resident of the West Valley, Melissa has always loved crafting. She creates the most beautiful tumblers in an endless wide variety of styles and designs. Her work is incredible and each tumbler is one-of-a-kind. We are honored to feature Melissa's beautiful tumblers at Memory Lane.
Pat McCarren is 87 years young and has been creating all her life. She learned to crochet at the age of five and it grew from there. Pat has been making jewelry for more than 30 years. She has been told by many artists that she has a good eye for design. She truly enjoys creating beautiful things to be enjoyed by everyone. Pat lives in a senior community in the West Valley and has many wonderful friends. Memory Lane Trinkets and Treasures is thrilled to showcase a wide variety of beaded jewelry designs handmade by Pat.
Is it a functional bird feeder? Is it wall art? Is it a garden fixture? The answer is YES! Artist Rich Fahey creates beautiful, unique pieces by re-purposing tea pots, unique cups and saucers and old original barn wood found around the valley. Rich searches for undiscovered gems and marries them together to create fun, colorful and very original pieces. There are no two alike and each piece has a little something for all different types of tastes. Rich was looking for something to do in his spare time that would bring a smile to people. He never thought he would be so excited about the thrill of the hunt, finding that perfect tea pot or cup to go with that perfect piece of wood. We are so thrilled to feature the incredible and whimsical art of Rich Fahey, The Chirpin' Fool at Memory Lane Trinkets and Treasures.
Sara Cervantes discovered her love of ceramics in high school. She fell in love with the idea that in clay, you can make anything you dream up. Sara has taken many college courses and workshops over the years to develop her skills. In 2014, she started to pursue her goal of being a full-time potter. She has always loved flowers, gardening and nature. This is her happy place and where she gets most of her inspiration! Sara is always growing in her work and looks for new ways to express herself with clay. She hopes that her work inspires you and encourages you to remember to let your imagine come out and play. We are honored to feature Sara's beautiful pottery at Memory Lane Trinkets and Treasures.
Sharon Gutierrez is and administrative assistant who lives in Litchfield Park with her husband of 48 years. In her free time she loves to do crafts including sewing, crocheting and Tole painting. Sharon paints projects regularly at the Tole Shop right here in Historic Downtown Glendale. She started out taking classes in San Diego from Shara Reiner. Shara’s funky folk art designs are still among her favorites. Sharon is in her happy place when she is painting, whether at the Tole Shop or at home and feels blessed when people enjoy her projects. We encourage you to stop by Memory Lane Trinkets and Treasures to enjoy the beautiful artistry of Sharondipity Tole Painting.