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This gallery is co-owned by six local artists and offers eclectic paintings, sculptures, photography, ceramics, and glass, along with locally made jewelry and quilts. In a courtyard across from Market Fresh Bistro, its monthly exhibits feature artists from various disciplines. www.viewpointsgallerymaui.com.
Watercolor enthusiasts rave about Sherri Reeve's pastel expressions of Maui's landscapes, flora, and fauna. Her origami-like sculpted works are sublime, and her designs have been applied to houseware goods that make for ideal gifts. www.sreeve.com.
Randy Jay Braun's black-and-white hula photographs, sepia paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) images, and vivid landscapes are instant classics. His gallery features a slew of his own work, along with koa wood furniture, fused-glass collectibles, shell jewelry, and ceramics from local artists. www.randyjaybraun.com.
This gallery shows work by hundreds of local artists, including exquisite woodwork, lovely ceramics, authentic Niihau shell lei, and famous wave photography by Clark Little. There are locations in Lahaina and Makawao and at the Hyatt Regency in Kaanapali. www.mauihands.com.
Set in a bright yellow plantation building alongside the highway, Maui Crafts Guild is the island's only artist cooperative, and it is crammed with treasures. Resident artists produce lead-glazed pottery, basketry, glass and feather art, photography, ceramics, and pressed-flower art. The prices are surprisingly low. www.mauicraftsguild.com.
In business since 1975, Martin Lawrence displays the works of such world-renowned artists as Picasso, Erté, and Chagall in a bright and friendly gallery. Modern and pop-art enthusiasts will also find pieces by Miró, Haring, Warhol, and Japanese icon Takashi Murakami. www.martinlawrence.com.
Hawaii's largest selection of original antique maps and prints pertaining to Hawaii and the Pacific is available here. You can also buy museum-quality reproductions. www.printsellers.com..
Works of both national and international artists are displayed at this well-regarded gallery. Besides the space in Lahaina, there's a second location in the Shops at Wailea. Prices start at over $2,000 for originals. www.lahainagalleries.com..
One of the best-curated galleries on the island, this 3,000-square-foot facility has fine art, handcrafted koa furniture, marble sculptures, and jewelry on consignment from local artists. www.hanacoast.com.
This hub of all highbrow arts features everything from hip-hop and reggae performances to Hawaiian slack-key guitar shows to international dance and circus troupes—you name it. On selected evenings, the MACC hosts movie selections from the Maui Film Festival. The complex includes the 350-seat McCoy Theater, the 1,200-seat Castle Theater, a 4,000-seat amphitheater for outdoor concerts, and a courtyard café for preshow dining and drinks. For upcoming events, check the Maui News.www.mauiarts.org.