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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
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.