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Saint Joseph Church's 340th Jubilee Fundraiser

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This year of 2020, St. Joseph Church in Inalahan celebrates their 340th year since the founding of the church in 1680.  To commemorate this event, artist Judy Flores created a painting for her parish of St. Joseph’s and produced a limited edition print to raise funds for the Jubilee celebration.  The limited edition of 350 signed and numbered prints are now available at the St. Joseph’s Rectory Office for a donation of $100 each.  Each print, measuring 37”x 17”, is accompanied by a signed and numbered Certificate of Authentication that tells the story of the parishioners featured in the print. Rectory Office hours are Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 9am to 12pm and 1 to 5pm.  For more information or to reserve prints, call the Office at 828-8102. Brian Leon Guerrero is the first to receive his prints.  He is flanked by office staff Annie Herron (L) and Father Joseph Anore (R). Submitted by Judy Flores 777-3488

Batik with Harvest Christian Academy

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 24th Annual HCA Art Show   Students of HCA took a Batik class with Judy.  You can see the original post on the link here .  Scroll to the bottom of the page in the link, to find the video.  Video above can be seen on link!

Reading in Chamoru with Guma' Famagu'on Tano' yan I Tasi

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Judy with Guma' Famagu'on Tano' yan I Tasi, from Japan. She read "Grandma's Love" book in Chamoru to them! See the full video in the link HERE !!

Shirley's Special Batik

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  SHIRLEY’S       Batik on silk, 20”x 16”  May 2020      I rarely do commissions for portraits unless I know the subject personally.  Her daughter-in-law, Debbie, asked me to paint Shirley's portrait as a birthday gift to her husband, George.  I have frequented several of the Shirley's restaurants over the years, enjoying her excellent shrimp fried rice among other delicious dishes for which she was well-known. I had met her a few times but didn't know her personally. Portraits are so subjective, I feel I have to know the person in order to portray a bit of their personality.  Debbie shared many photos of Shirley and talked about her life and aspects of her personality that she felt were important.  Through our conversations, I was impressed with the accomplishments of this woman.  After making a few sketches based on photographs, Debbie agreed that I had captured her look and personality, so I proceeded with the painting.  Debbie was thrilled with the result, and kin

Visualizing History; the Art of Judy Flores Closing Merienda and Print Sale

Join us on Saturday, February 15 from 3 pm to 5 pm to celebrate the conclusion of the first exhibit of its kind at the Guam Museum. Visualizing History; the Art of Judy Flores celebrates the CHamoru culture present and past through one iconic artist's career and life on Guam. The exhibit will close with an afternoon merienda. Art prints from the exhibit are now available for sale online for $50 each, or by silent auction at the closing event. All proceeds will be donated to benefit the Guam Museum. This is a special opportunity to view this collection of art and own an exhibit art print by celebrated Guam artist, Judy Flores. The event is published at Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/visualizing-history-the-art-of-judy-flores-closing-merienda-and-print-sale-tickets-91731506405 . Please see https://www.guambatikgallery.com/exhibit-print-sales-1 for more details about purchasing your exhibit print. 1.       All prints are 18" x 24". 2.       Frames ar

Presenting Consulate General of Japan a Judy Flores Batik Print

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This was a presentation to our departing Consul General of Japan, Izumi Seki, from the Nikkei Association of Guam during a reception for her at Government House on January 27, 2020.  She was instrumental in suggesting to Monica Guzman that the Museum should exhibit Judy’s art retrospective, Visualizing History- the Art of Judy Flores.  The art is a print of the large entrance piece, Guinahan I Isla-ta (Riches Of Our Island) owned by Dr. Roger Kaneshiro.  It was Consul-General Seki’s favorite piece.

"Pulan" Edward Leon Guerrero Brings My Thesis to Life!!

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