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U.T.B. United Third Bridge, Inc. & the FL Puerto Rican/ /Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Inc.
Saturday November 4, 2006
2 pm to 5 pm

Free Admission
Brevard County's 5th Annual
c Art Exhibit
at the Brevard Museum of Art and Science
1463 Highland Avenue Melbourne, FL 32935 321-242-0737
A Group Exhibition Featuring Artists
Elizabeth Erazo Baez, Mirta Lopez,

Lourdes Crosby Garcia
, Luz E. Sosa,
and Antonio Rodríguez

Sponsored by U.T.B. United Third Bridge, Inc., co-sponsor: FPRHCC.


Elizabeth Erazo Baez
Puerto Rico

Baez is a Latina artist who is known for her ability to capture all things Puerto Rican. Baez’s visually stimulating art of folklore, tradition and nostalgia are rich in color, texture and emotion. Her original art can be seen in several current exhibitions throughout Florida. You can visit online at www.BaezFineArt.Com for more information and to see additional original art and reproduction prints.

(305) 338-1844

Mirta Lopez
Cuba & Puerto Rico
Glass Sculptures

Lopez was born in Cuba and raised in Spain and Puerto Rico. She is a specialist in stained glass painting and restorations. She is also specialized in the mix and match of oil, acrylic, ceramics and iron, creating an expressive work of a contemporary art form. Her work can be found in private collections and through Expressive Glass and Art Atelier.

954.665.5713 (c)

Lourdes Crosby Garcia
Puerto Rico

Garcia will debut her stunning collection of work in black and white photography. Garcia says, ”It was in the town of Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, where I became interested in all forms of expression, particularly photography.”

954.599.6368 (c)

Luz E. Sosa
Puerto Rico
Metal Embossing

Born in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, where even the stones sing. Sosa says, "Art has always been a part of my life. I found metal embossing to best form of expression of folklore from my island."

Luz E. Rodríguez ( Neddy )
386-532-7238 407-314-7623
Antonio Rodríguez
Puerto Rico —
Wood Sculptures
Born in Cayey, Puerto Rico. The artist was interested in wood sculpture from a young age, working on soap sculptures, kite sculptures from kites and toys all made from wood. Currently he is specializing in wood sculptures of The Three Kings, Saints, Don Quijote, and Nativity.


Sunday, November 5, 2006
U.T.B. 9th Annual Puerto Rican Day Parade, Starting at Edron & along Malabar Road ending Palm Bay City Hall, Palm Bay

Sponsored by U.T.B. United Third Bridge, Inc., the FL Puerto Rican/ /Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Inc. and the City of Palm Bay.
For more information call U.T.B.
(321) 253-0363

The Florida Puerto Rican/Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Inc.

The Florida Puerto Rican/Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Inc. and U.T.B. United Third Bridge, Inc. are starting local programs to help the Hispanic community. We are reaching out to help our local communities by reaching out to the Hispanic people. Help us help them by contributing to our outreach programs. Beginning in January 2005, we will be starting a Food Bank to benefit the Hispanic community. At each of the noted events, please bring a non-perishable food item to help us start the Food Bank. Also, please feel free to drop off any non-perishable food items at the Chamber office, 2293 Aurora Road, Melbourne, FL.