Cafe Mambo in Paia will host an exhibit of Daniel Sullivan's photography titled "Saturation of Spirit," with an opening reception from 7 to 11 p.m. Friday. Compiled of photos taken in the last eight years while Sullivan travelled around Central and Southeast Asia, the exhibit focuses on some of his favorite images from India. Music by Karen B and a special guest.
Sullivan's photographs and copies of his book, "The Waking Dream," are sold at the nearby Indigo store. Opened in 2005, Indigo is a treasure trove of jewels, handmade rugs, home goods and artifacts. Each item is handcrafted by artisans from throughout Central Asia with designs created by owners, Sullivan and Caramiya Davies-Reid. For details, call 579-9199.
Photographer Daniel Sullivan
Photographer Daniel Sullivan will unveil his “Saturation of Spirit” photography exhibit Friday at Cafe Mambo.
This painting of the banyan tree at the Honolulu Zoo by Hiroshi Tagami, along with other unique pieces will be sold for a limited time at LaRue Trudeau in Wailuku.
The Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center celebrated the opening of its Annual Juried Exhibition last Friday with a packed house at its historic Makawao property.
Nationally renowned guest jurors represent respected curators and artists from Maui and beyond, offering a different perspective for a unique and fresh show every year. With only 50 pieces selected from 288 entries, the 2010 Annual Juried Exhibition continues to represent a highly competitive and valued program in our visual arts community.
This year the Hui welcomed jurors Inger Tully, curator of Exhibitions at The Contemporary Museum in Honolulu and Theresa Papanikolas, curator of European and American Art at Honolulu Academy of Arts.
"This year's submissions offered a snapshot of a lively art community and revealed trends as well as outstanding individuals," Tully says.
The exhibition is on view now through Feb. 18. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free.
Village Galleries at The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua will present its artist-in-residence, Christina Skaggs, during an opening reception from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Hands-on demonstrations will be from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday and Tuesday. For details, call 669-1800.
Meet "The Twins," Alessio and Marcello Bugagiar, along with Steve Turnbull, at Lahaina Galleries in Lahaina for Friday Night Art Night. The artists will also appear at The Shops at Wailea on during this week's "WOW"! (Wailea on Wednesday). Both times are from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. For details, call 661-6284 or visit www.lahainagalleries.com.
Maui Hands Gallery will feature the photography of Rob DeCamp from 4 to 7 p.m. Fridays in January at its 612 Front St. location in Lahaina.
Using Hawaii as his muse, the artist strives to capture the beauty of the islands and share it with the visitors who come but may not have the time to explore it as much as he has, saying, "There is too much beauty and not enough time to see it all."
Attention all art collectors: LaRue Trudeau, a unique collection of Asian and Hawaiian art, antiques and accent pieces, is holding a fine art sale with many items drastically reduced from their original price.
Located at 2020 Main Street in Wailuku, the collection is only available on Maui for a limited time. The sale will begin today and will last through Jan. 30, when the company closes its doors on Maui.
Many of the pieces in the LaRue Trudeau Collection were originally acquired by Chris Hemmeter, a renowned developer on Maui and an avid art and antiques collector. Hemmeter's collection gained notoriety throughout his life and subsequent passing.
With many of the pieces now housed at LaRue Trudeau, the collection ranges in size from small accessories to large-scale antiques. Not limited to antiques alone, LaRue Trudeau is also discounting numerous works of original art from famed Hawaiian painters Hiroshi Tagami, John Young and Lau Chun, as well as an array of other accents and accessories.
"This is a fantastic opportunity for any art or antique enthusiasts to acquire a piece of Maui history," says co-owner Lorraine Mull.
For details, call 651-7061 or visit www.LarueTrudeau.com.
Multimedia artist, designer, photographer, filmmaker, sculptor, environmental visionary and proclaimed "master of mischief, maker of dreams," Tom Sewell is at it again. This time, he has turned his eye to exotic beauty and allure of the iconic orchid to create a premier collection of images for The Orchid Salon at the Four Seasons Resort Maui in Wailea.
The public is invited to a grand opening celebration from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Select prints will be available for purchase.