Open air art show | 14th of May | Chamorro Village
Ben Quinata • Sonny Chargualaf • Francis Labrador • Sujin Bec • Roybert Bautista • Amy McVey • Nick Link • Curtis Sanchez • Julius Sotomayor • Dorathina Herrero • Nicolas Quinata • Live Music:Trey Cunningham • Food: Home Plate • Free seedling giveaway: GSC
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Art teacher, tattoo artist, muralist, traveller
Sonny Kang Chargualaf is a freelance digital artist born in Massachusetts and raised on Guam. Two significant events that shaped the artist’s style was his exposure to Bruce Lee’s movies and reading his first comic as a child.
Sonny’s art reflects his involvement in local martial arts as a competitor and coach and a lifelong interest in comics, movies and video games. Sonny’s future goals include working on personal sequential art projects and to continue working on local and international fighter commissions.
Guam local artist doing art commissions for over 10 years, from murals to traditional canvas paintings. Aside from that, Francis is also a full-time educator at John F. Kennedy High School teaching art and graphic arts. He is known for his acrylic paintings, drawings, murals, caricatures, and graphic design, as well as listed in the Guam Council for the Arts and Humanities Agency's (GCAHA) artist directory. Francis won many local competitions back in his high school years with two recent ones from iConnect’s “What Makes Guam Fun?” and GTA’s “Pokemon Design Contest.” Winning so many contests motivated him to pursue a career in art.
What makes his work stand out is his creative approach to the design. Fusing imagination with reality is his expertise. Francis also acquired various art styles throughout his commissions. This experience gives him the capability to offer clients with services that stem from abstract to pointilism.
If you are interested in his services, you may contact Francis at 727-1324, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
His website: https://www.madstudioproductions.com/
Sujin Bec was born and raised in Busan, South Korea, currently the second-largest city in Korea. As a child, she witnessed the city’s growth from a rural countryside village to a bustling economic powerhouse.
From her time in South Korea to Guam, she continued to appreciate the beauty of nature and the fight for its preservation. Sujin believes nature gives us life and it is our responsibility to give back. She shows this appreciation in her art by focusing on the beauty in nature and creating a feeling of comfort that nature provides.
Hi! My name is Nick and I'm here to party!
Washed up athlete, spray paint artist, margarita connoisseur.
I find myself drawn to subjects that are no longer around, with feelings of being “disconnected and foreign” from which were once familiar and common. I try to capture images of people in situations to reconnect with something that is no longer there, or of which I am no longer a part. It is an emotion that can only be felt after leaving a special place, with the uncertainty of coming back.
I am also a playwright, a filmmaker, an educator, and a curious world traveler.
I was born on Guam and was more or less born right into music. My father, Joe “Uncle Tote”Cunningham, and my mother Vivian raised my siblings and I in a home very supportive of the arts, especially music. My father nurtured my musical ability (and my mother had the good CD collection) that enabled me to grow into the musician I am today, and to have two careers at once - working on my own songs as a local musician, and serving the island and country as an Army Bandsman.
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