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Maui Art: Artists & Art Galleries in Paradise
Maui Art Galleries

South Maui

NaPua Gallery

The highly acclaimed, international art collection of NaPua Gallery is located in the...

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Lahaina

James Coleman Gallery

James Coleman – a name synonymous with sweeping skies, tropical rain forests, rich deep...

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Beyond Lahaina

Maui Hands - Kaanapali

Continuing a long standing tradition, MAUI HANDS currently represents over 300 fine artists,...

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Upcountry

Kasprzycki Fine Art Studio

Call to arrange a studio visit to see the work of artist Jan Kazprycki and also the work...

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North Shore

Natural Impressions

Natural Impressions employs the traditional gyotaku techniques with modern twists, using...

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Maui Artists

Maui Traditions

BH Freeland

Betty Hay Freeland is one of Hawaii's most highly regarded artists, her compelling impressionist...

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Landscape

Margaret Bedell

Margaret Bedell is now a plein-air painter and directs a life-drawing workshop in Kihei...

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Maui Soul

Robert Suzuki

Robert Suzuki is an impressionistic painter of Maui's diverse landscape and people. Studio...

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Fresh Perspectives

Beth Marcil

The work of Beth Marcil communicates the vivacious joie de vivre that is so indicative...

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On The Edge

Denise Phillips

Denise Phillips is rapidly becoming known throughout the world as one of Hawaii's premiere...

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Portrait Masters

Tonia Marks Baney

Portaits can be comissioned while visiting Maui. Baney is represented in major collections...

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Whimsical

Stacey Guinan

Stacey Guinan's sculptural ceramics can be found at the Hana Coast Gallery, Village Galleries,...

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International Masters

Caleb O’Connor

Born and raised in Hawaii, Caleb O’Connor moved to Baltimore, Maryland to attend the...

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Dolphin Galleries

Featuring the work of Jia Lu

The focus of all of our galleries is to show the best of what we represent with new emphasis on the most sought-after island artists including artwork by George Allan, Betty Hay Freeland and Janet Davis as well as jewelry designers, Gayle Bright, Bruce Tapley, and Mikel. Every year new artists are added to an already outstanding collection of jewelry, art glass, collectibles, sculpture, fine art and fun art!

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BH Freeland

Betty Hay Freeland is one of Hawaii's most highly regarded artists, her compelling impressionist landscapes are widely collected. She portrays the staggering beauty of Hawaii with a tender touch.

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Curtis Wilson Cost

Curtis Wilson Cost is Maui's best known and most accomplished traditionalist painter. His crisp landscapes, alive with color and scrupulous detail, are examples of heightened realism at its finest. He opened his first one-man gallery in 1984 in the center of his subject matter in the Upcountry area of Kula. The gallery could not have been situated better, located at the Kula Lodge under the spreading boughs of a Jacaranda tree, one of the signature elements of Cost's work. He opened a second one-man gallery on Front Street, Lahaina in the year 2000. The two galleries complement one another in the repertoire of Cost's portfolio of coastal and landscape paintings. Producing hundreds of paintings, his career now spans 30 years and shows no signs of slowing.

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Kit Gentry

Kit Gentry has lived on Maui since 1993. Although he occasionally paints architectural subjects, most of his pictures are focused on landscape or other natural elements. "Landscape has always reflected the themes of most enduring interest for me: the vastness of the geological ages, the sheer power of natural forces, and the overwhelming mystery behind the very existence of the natural world. Nature is beautiful, but it's also powerful - even destructively, dangerously so - and I'm not interested in presenting nature as any more benign than it really is." K.G.

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