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Maui Art: Artists & Art Galleries in Paradise

Maui Art

Schaefer International Gallery at
The Maui Arts &
Cultural Center

9th International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition

November 6 - December 21 2008

A popular exhibit demonstrating how artists creatively handle the challenge of space and scale dictated by the size of an ordinary shoebox. Featuring dozens of small sculptures by artists from Hawai`i and around the world, organized by the University of Hawai`i Art Gallery. The 9th International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition is organized by The University of Hawaii Art Gallery and supported in part by a grant from the Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts.

Artists: Whimsical

  • Rebecca Lowell
  • Beachfront at the Kaanapali Beach Hotel
  • Kaanapali, HI
  • 808-661-8303

Rebecca Lowell came to Maui in 1991 for a rest, and decided to stay. Rebecca started selling her watercolors at a craft fair in Lahaina, and realized there was a lack of affordable art for tourists. She applied the marketing rule, "if there is a need and you fill it, you have a business." Her instincts were right, and she now delights island visitors with prints of her luminous oil and watercolor paintings, available for purchase at approximately 45 locations throughout the islands.

Sally Fox creates beautifully inspired necklaces, bracelets and earrings in her studio in Kihei.

Joshua Kalkstein works with natural stone to make stone murals, floor medallions and hanging art.

  • Rik Fitch
  • 155 Cross Road
  • Kula, HI
  • 808-876-0503

Rik's deep love for Maui's people, flora and fauna is reflected in his exciting and vibrant oil paintings.

Stacey Guinan's sculptural ceramics can be found at the Hana Coast Gallery, Village Galleries, and Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center.

Maui artist Janet Davis creates colorful landscapes and dreamscapes in a unique modern primitive style full of charm and personal imagery. Studio visits by appointment.