The above sinahi was carved by Joe Guzman. The hima from which this sinahi was carved, was found right here in Sa'ipan. It is approximately 6 1/2" in lenght.
This is the same sinahi as above. It is a close up view of the spondylus inlay. Before the inlay, there was an imperfection on the said site. The spondylus inlay makes it a unique piece as it is the only one of its kind.
My art work on display for a photo session.
Close up view of the different art pieces that I carved.
A picture of Pagat and I at the 22nd Guam Micronesia Island Fair (2009). Notice the colossal hima in the center as well as the Acho' Latte.
Guelo and I at the same grounds. Guelo is from the island of Luta and check out his massive slingstone (Acho' Atupat).
Artists (Carvers) from the Chamorro Archipelago (670). The artist to my right is Steve.
Ko SanNicholas from Guahan show casing the Sade and Sinahi necklace beaded with spondylus shells.
A picture of Guelo and I in front of a Latte Stone.