Lahaina Galleries is bridging the gap between the artist and viewer during two events this week at its locations across Maui.
Meet Ronaldo Macedo and Steve Turnbull, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. during this week's Friday Night Art Night at Lahaina Galleries' 828 Front St. location.
Then head over to its south side location at The Shops at Wailea, where Peter and Madeline Powell and Ronaldo Macedo will appear from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. during WOW! "Wailea on Wednesday."
“Chopsticks” by Ronaldo Macedo
“Creation” by Victor Bregada
“Palms at Punalu‘u” by Daniel Honma
Sargent's Fine Art will host Russian surrealist Victor Bregeda from 7 to 10 p.m. Fridays in April. Exclusive to Sargent's, Bregeda creates thought-provoking paintings that represent his dreams. View his originals and limited editions while listening to the music of Kurt Lee. Gallery is located at 802 Front St. For details, call 667-4030.
Creative concoctions are welcome as the Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center prepares for its "Exhibition Kitchen: The Art Show," featuring kitchen-inspired works of art.
Pieces can be made out whole or parts of items and implements found in a traditional kitchen or they can be made using the kitchen items. All mediums are encouraged, although there are some restrictions that apply; see prospectus for details.
Artists must also submit a "recipe" documenting what elements of the kitchen were used and the processes in creating the piece. These will be compiled in "cookbooks" to be shown at the exhibit.
Receiving day will be April 30 for the show that will run May 8 to July 9. For details, visit www.huinoeau.com.
Mick Fleetwood, legendary leader of the Fleetwood Mac band, will appear at Celebrites Gallery at The Shops at Wailea to present new releases of his fine art photography collection, from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday and April 21. Limited-edition prints signed and numbered by Fleetwood will be available for purchase. For reservations or details, call 875-6565.
Paia Tattoo Parlor in is hosting "Frame by Frame," a photography exhibit by Maui artist Daniel Honma, through April 16. Honma shoots large format black and white images, which are then processed in a traditional darkroom. The parlor/gallery space hosts art openings once a month and welcomes both established and up-and-coming artists, It is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. For details, 579-8515.