Guam – After nearly two months of hard work, the 14th village mural in the “We Are Guam” branding initiative was unveiled this morning [Monday].
The mural is located in Agana Heights right below the St. Fidelis Friary. A ceremony was held today to acknowledge and celebrate the completion of the design, which was done by local artist Tina Chargualaf and a number of volunteers and sponsors. The mural is more than 500 feet in length and depicts postcard style images of different landmarks specific to Agana Heights. With over 13 years of experience as an artist, Chargualaf tells PNC she is thankful she had the opportunity to showcase the village and for all the help she received.
“I would like to thank all the volunteers, who had helped me” said Chargulaf. “Without them, I wouldn’t be able to get it done today. I also would like to thank those supporters who have honked at me and waved at me. It gave me so much inspiration to just keep on going.”
The mural also features the legendary White Lady of Fonte Bridge, the Government House and the bougainvillea village flower.