Travel though photographer Amy Neurauter's exhibition of beauty that she captures locally and abroad.
Neurauter's show "Transition" opened Sept. 23 and continues through this month at Paia Tattoo Parlor's gallery, upstairs at 120 Hana Highway on the north shore.
The Maui photographer attended Southern Illinois University and graduated with a degree in cinema photography. "Transition"?includes pieces from her travels on Maui and throughout the world.
by Amy Neurauter
“Canoe Beach Sunset”
by Marty Wolff
For details, call Paia Tattoo Parlor at 579-8515 or visit www.paiatattooparlor.com.
Sargent's Fine Art welcomes artist Marty Wolff from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday. Originally from New York City, Wolff now spends his time on Maui creating images from his time as a concert producer and stage-lighting designer. "His art is diverse and ever-changing, his photographs luminous, always capturing those special moments in time," said Sharon Loveland of Sargent's. Meet the artist while enjoying the music of Curt Lee. For more information, call the gallery, 802 Front St., at 667-4030.
Don't forget to chart the adventure and allure of Hawaii's history with the Mapping of Hawaii traveling exhibition at the Bailey House Museum. The museum will offer free entry from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Friday, in conjunction with First Friday Wailuku street party festivities (see Events).
Featuring dozens of historic maps and prints of Hawaii, the show traces stories of intrigue, discovery, anguish and the pivotal points in history that impact all of the islands' people. The timeline covers Polynesian migrations through statehood. Also, noted author and Hawaii map historian Riley Moffat will speak at 4 p.m. Saturday on "Mapping of Maui" at the museum. Entry is $10.
The exhibit, created and interpreted by Bryant Neal and Richard Mickelsen of Tradewinds Productions Group, is a collaborative effort between Maui Historical Society and the Lahaina-based Gallery Oceanica. It closes Oct. 15.