FestPac is Here! Historical Moment for Guam & all Pacific Island Nations

Once every four years since 1972, a Festival of Pacific Arts (FestPac) is held in one of the 27 Pacific Island nations and territories, to celebrate culture and arts. It is a 2-week event intended to unify the Pacific region by sharing traditions. Thousands of visiting delegates and families, will head to Guam’s capital village …

Adventures at the first annual Valley of the Latte Festival

The weekend was filled with adventure and beauty at the 1st annual Valley of the Latte Festival in my home village, Talofofo. I was one of the artists exhibiting, and while I have let go of doing most events, this one pulled me in with the natural beauty of the land.The 2-day event is held along …

4-panel Abstract Latte Stone Painting

The Guam Valley of the Latte Adventure Park just held its first annual festival along the Talofofo River, where there is also an ancient latte stone village site. I was one of the artists exhibiting, and this is a 4-panel painting of a latte stone I did for the event. The piece is sold.

The Biggest Latte Stone I’ve Ever Painted!

So I was up late one night (I think it was new year’s day? or the 2nd?) and decided to just go ahead and paint the giant canvas sitting in my room. Over the course of several hours, the biggest latte stone I’ve ever painted emerged. I have been loving using the crosshatch style of …

Art Prints and Fun Merchandise for Holiday Gifts!

For those of you looking to acquire a piece of my art but in a print form, either on canvas, metal, or on greeting cards, pillows, shirts, duvet covers, tote bags, phone cases and more, here you go! I’ve compiled a bunch of screenshots from the print section of my site so you can get …

Guam Art for Sale: High quality prints & more on Fine Art America

So I recently listed my artwork for sale on Fine Art America, and am now able to offer high quality prints on a variety of things like canvas, metal, cards, pillows, duvet covers, tote bags, phone cases and more. I have been going through the process of getting everything all set up, and so far, …

Pacific Mandala Exhibit of Artwork by Mark Dell’Isola

Guam artist Mark Dell’Isola exhibited his work this weekend at the Saggan Kotturan Chamoru (Chamoru Cultural Center) at Ipao Point. Floor to ceiling mandalas are showcased across his studio space, capturing the viewer’s attention into a mesmerizing gaze. The mandalas create optical illusions, and give the viewer a sense of motion in the artwork. The …

Uffizi Virtual Museum Brings Italian Masterpieces to Guam Exhibit

The Uffizi Virtual Museum is here until September 13th, open everyday from 10am-8pm at the Plaza by Outrigger in Tumon, 2nd floor above Underwater World. This endeavor “Bridge Continents – Connect Cultures” has been made possible through the Guam Council of the Arts and Humanities Agency (CAHA) and supporting sponsors. The works are an amazing …

Creative Kombucha Workshop

This weekend Amanda Young and I put together a Kombucha Workshop, held at Nuts & Grains in Tamuning. Amanda gave a full on demo and presentation on what kombucha is, what are the benefits, and how to make your own at home. She even gifted out a whole bunch of scoby to get everyone started! …

NIHI fundraiser to launch show for Guam kids

From Duk Duk Goose Inc.: “Duk Duk Goose Inc in a Guam non-profit formed in 2013. We have completed 3 episodes of NIHI! a children’s show for Guam. We’ll be sharing those episodes very soon! Nihi! is a children’s television/internet series and a project of Duk Duk Goose, Inc., a recently formed nonprofit with the …

3 of 100 Latte Stones Project

Here is the 3rd of 100 latte stones that I will be painting as a part of my latest project 100 Latte Stones in 1 Year. 12″x36″ acrylic on stretched canvas

2 of 100 Latte Stones Project

Here is the 2nd of 100 latte stones that I will be painting as a part of my latest project 100 Latte Stones in 1 Year. Painted upside down so that any drippiness would go upward. Earthy color dabbing and blending… Ta da! Commentary from the Video Blog