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Maui’s 14th Annual “Art of Aloha” Features Master Artists

December 23, 2015, 3:28 PM HST
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Image credit: Lahaina Galleries.

Image credit: Lahaina Galleries.

Lahaina Galleries celebrates its 14th Annual “Art of Aloha” event with two public shows on Maui: Jan.31, 2015 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Lahiana Galleries on Front Street; and Feb. 28, 2016 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Lahaina Galleries South Maui location at The Shops at Wailea.

The West Maui event features eight prestigious artists from around the world who will unveil new collections of paintings and sculptures at the 828 Front Street location in Lahaina.

This includes painted works on Koa wood by the Italian Bugagiar Twins; Master Roman Artist Dario Campanile; Hawaiʻi’s Award-Winning Plein Air Impressionist Ronaldo Macedo; Russian Imaginary-Realist Larissa Morais; Master of Wood Marquetry, Kalman Radvanyi; Tuscan Virtuoso Andrea Razzauti; Exquisite Jade, Bronze and Precious Gem Sculptor, Lyle Sopel and Hawaii’s Rare Wood and Stone Carver, Steve Turnbull.

Image credit: Lahaina Galleries.

Image credit: Lahaina Galleries.

The Wailea event features a collection of six world-renowned, Master Artists’ works that will be unveiled and on display at Lahaina Galleries in The Shops at Wailea.

The event includes a rare opportunity to meet Italian Masters, the Bugagiar Twins, French Humorist, Guy Buffet, Mixed Media Colorist, Yankel Ginzburg, Romantic Impressionist, Aldo Luongo and 3D Mixed Media Artist, Larry Yung – all at the same time and place.


For more information call: (808) 661-6284 (Lahaina); or (808) 874-8583 (Wailea) or visit Lahaina Galleries online.

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