During fourth annual Maui Plein Air Painting Invitational, you’re likely to encounter the artists as they scatter across the island to find the subjects and settings that move them.
The outrageous, white-knuckle sport of outrigger wave riding
Plein-air painter Ronaldo Macedo is drawn to the places where land meets sea and sky.
World-class artists will capture island scenery and beautiful views at Maui Plein Air Painting International.
On Maui this spring, five notable events will celebrate the Islands, their people and cultures.
Whether you’re a thoroughbred or a couch jockey, Maui has the race for you.
Spirit, Light, and Color
Meet Maui mother and daughter artists, Betty Hay Freeland and Denby Freeland-Cole.
Two Maui artists paint His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama for a new traveling exhibit.
Andrea Razzauti knew he was destined to be an artist. The only question was medium: oil paint or guitar.
Visiting artist Patrick Doughtery invites you to participate in creating his latest stick work, a monumental installation at the Hui Noeau Visual Arts Center.
With discovery at the heart of his process, Maui abstract painter Douglas Chun draws inspiration from Chinese calligraphy and shoshin—a Zen Buddhist principle.
What’s the best part of crafting custom spearguns? “I know every person who shoots my guns... I’m able to live vicariously through a lot of different people."
Two miles above Maui’s old cowboy town, Pi‘iholo offers happy trails into ranching history.
For decades, the little town of Hana on Maui's remote eastern coast was home to paintings by one of Hawaii's most gifted artists and haunted souls, Arman Manookian.
An island-hop from Maui, the forces of creation are putting on a spectacular fireworks show—and you’ve got a ringside seat.
Meet Wailuku artist David Sandell.
At HuiPress, Paul Mullowney helps artists create cutting-edge work using ancient techniques.
Three island-wide events—Maui Plein Air Invitational, Celebration of Hawaii and Maui Open Studios—invite us to see Maui through the eyes of its artists.
Like these islands, glass begins in a hot, fluid state. The art is in what happens next.