Front Street will be jumping at Lahaina's Second Friday Town Party this week and art will be everywhere.
Come enjoy An Evening With the Artist from 5 to 7 p.m. at David Paul's Lahaina Grill with two-hours of free validated parking in Lahaina Center's back lot.
"We will be featuring visual artist Cecilia Bahena," says the restaurant's Chef-owner David Paul Johnson.
Jim Freeheart and 100 other artists will be exhibiting their works at the 39th Seabury Hall Craft Fair above Makawao from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday.
Michael Sugimura Photo
View watercolors by Amanda Scott at Maui Hands Gallery in Makawao.
Meet Artist Cecilia Bahena Friday at David Paul’s.
Photo courtesy DAVID PAUL’S
"She'll be on hand to talk about her works, there will be live jazz, and you may savor complimentary snacks, cheese and crackers."
In addition, you may buy wine pairings for $25 that will include upwards of eight small tastes of various varietals poured at the restaurant.
"Images Art Gallery is also in the mall, and you can go there and then head right down Front Street for the rest of the action. David Paul's is a great jumping off point."
You may call David Paul's at 662-3000.
For instance, at the other end of town, local artist Joelle C. will exhibit her latest works in her new gallery space with the same name just steps away from the ocean at The Shops at 505 Front Street.
Versatile and innovative in a variety of art media, including oil and watercolor painting, printmaking and digital media, she will participate in the town party from 6 to 10 p.m.
Watch her demonstrate her most recent technique of oil and acrylic painting on hand-carved wood, see the work of 30 other local artists, and have a glass of wine.
Joelle C. Gallery is open from 1 to 10 p.m. daily. For more details, call 662-0799.
The 39th Seabury Hall Craft Fair runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. It's the perfect place to pick up an artsy gift for Mother's Day.
The juried craft show features the work of more than 100 of Hawaii's finest artisans and crafters, including traditional Hawaiian artists, woodworkers, ceramists, jewelers, weavers and painters.
Situated a mile above the town of Makawao, the Seabury craft fair is annually spread out on the 11-acre school campus with food, entertainment, live auction, rummage sale, games and more. Admission is $5 for adults and free for children 12 and younger.