Judith Selk Flores is President and CEO of J.Flores,Inc. She is a
folklorist, historian, teacher, and visual artist who has lived and worked
in the island of Guam since 1957. She earned a BA from the University of
Guam and an MA from the University of Washington. She taught secondary
school art for 10 years, then served as folklorist for the Guam arts
council for another 10 years. She helped found Gef Pa’go, Guam’s only
living museum of Chamorro culture; serving successively as advisor,
director and president. She earned a second MA in Micronesian Studies
from the University of Guam; and PhD in Arts of Oceania from the
University of East Anglia in Norwich, England. She returned to teach at
the University of Guam, retiring in 2005. She is widely recognized as a
professional visual artist of batik paintings that depict Guam’s culture
and history that can be seen in many of Guam’s public buildings.
Judy offers Batik Workshops once a month at her home studio in Tonggan,
Inalahan. The workshop schedule and other information can be seen on her
web page at www.guambatikgallery.com.