Maui artists Jefferson Stillwell and Leslie Granat will join forces for an exhibition of their uniquely different creations in a visual show they are calling "The Odd Couple" at the ProArts Playhouse in Kihei.
Stillwell is an award-winning artist with works in the State of Hawaii's permanent collection and has had his work on display at Wailuku's Main Street Bistro for several years. His whimsical, humorous art has been regularly selected to appear in the prestigious Art Maui exhibit.
The temporary coupling with emerging artist Leslie Granat blends Stillwell's witty friends with Leslie's romantic watercolors.
One of Jefferson Stillwell’s whimsical creations in “The Old Couple” show at ProArts Playhouse
One of Mike Adrian’s iPhone creations at Paia Tattoo Parlor,
The Pro Arts production of "The Fantasticks" is on hiatus during the holidays so "The Odd Couple" is taking over and hosting meet-and- greet receptions from 5 to 8 p.m. Monday through Dec. 23. For more information, call 891-8020.
Koana Smith is Lahaina Arts Society's featured artist for December. She is showing pleine are Maui scenes and miniature florals.
A reception for her show will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday in the Banyan Tree Gallery.
She is a longtime member of the Lahaina Arts Society, the Plein Air Painters of Maui and the Plein Air Painters of Hawaii. Her paintings cover scenes from throughout the island of Maui.
Paia Tattoo Parlor is featuring the avant-garde iPhonography of Mike Adrian in a new show titled "Travelogue."
The images chronicle Adrian's travels around the globe over the last three years, recorded entirely on his iPhone. The images are exhibited in 5-by-7 and panoramic formats.
Adrian is a Haiku-based photographer whose work has been featured in national and international publications.
Puka Puka is presenting John Severson's classic "Pacific Vibrations" in two screenings at 6 and 8 p.m. Monday at 43 Hana Highway in Paia. Pioneering surfing chronicler Severson crafted the "psychedelic classic ode to surfing and the environment" in 1970. This is its first Maui screening in over 30 years.
Space is limited to 35 seats per screening. Tickets are $10 at the door. For more information, contact Puka Puka at firstname.lastname@example.org, www.pukapuka.tv or by phone at 579-3080.
Paia Contemporary Gallery is hosting an artists reception for the unveiling of new work by Mary Mitsuda of Oahu, Michael Kessler of Santa Fe, N.M. and Joseph Segal of St. Augustine, Fla., from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday.
The show continues until Jan. 15 at the gallery, located at 83 Hana Highway in Paia. For more information, call 579-8444.