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March 2018

 

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03/04/2018
11:00am - 3:00pm

16th, Art of Aloha Featuring Nine Artists

Alexei Butirskiy

MAUI - Lahaina, Maui, HI

Maui's 16th Annual Art of Aloha is taking place at Lahaina Galleries in the heart of Front Street Sunday, March 4th, 2018 from 11:00am - 3:00pm. J

oin us in welcoming nine captivating artists from around the world including Alexei Butirskiy, Guy Buffet, Ronaldo Macedo, Steve Matson, Robert Lyn Nelson, Andrea Razzauti, Roy Tabora, Steve Turnbull and Caroline Zimmermann.

This event is free and open to the public. Refreshments & light pupus will be served.

03/07/2018
6:30 - 9:30 PM

Guy Buffet & Steve Matson at Wailea

Guy Buffet

Wailea, Maui, HI

Guy Buffets whimsical rendition of sommeliers, chefs and waiters and other images grace such every day items as dinner plates, napkins, tablecloths, mens dress shirts, ties and womens fashion. Guys famous images depict restaurants, people and animals from Hawaii to France.
Guy has been commissioned by corporations worldwide including: Grand Marnier, Absolut Vodka, Ventura Foods, Westin and Ritz Carlton Hotels. Guy is the signature artist for Champagne Perrier Jouet.
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Academy Award Winner Steve Matson will appear at Lahaina Galleries for Friday Night Art Walk in Lahaina. Steve Matson received an Oscar for his special effects work created in the movie, "The Life of Pi." Matson continues to work in the entertainment industry and has been part of such films as: Star Wars EP3, Superman, Chronicles of Narnia, Polar Express and 300 to name a few.

Matson has found a unique way to blend his animation talents to his art paintings by adding actual motion to his works. These "moving paintings" combine painting, photography, videography, animation and sound effects for private television play.

Matson has completed seven 10-minute programs, each taking almost a year to complete in between his busy big screen business. Come see these breathtaking creations and meet Mr. Matson in person.

03/09/2018
6:30 - 9:30 PM

Steve Turnbull at Friday Art Night

Steve Turnbull

MAUI - Lahaina, Maui, HI

Steve Turnbull chose Maui as his home in the early 1980's. Selling his first sculpture at the age of 19 changed his course in life to pursue his dream as an artist. After Steve completed his BA at the University of Washington in Seattle, he moved to the rugged West Maui Mountains where he made his home and studio with his family. He sculpts exotic wood, stone and bronze to create abstract sculptures that represent the moving tides, the warm tropical breezes or the elegant curve and twists of a giraffe. His free flowing organic shapes in which he captures the beauty within the medium are known to transform a room. He has been represented by Lahaina Galleries for over 20 years and his work can be seen at the Andaz Hotel, Neiman Marcus on Honolulu and several public and private places throughout the world.

03/10/2018
4:00PM - 7:00PM

Big Island Art Show w/Four Artists

Guy Buffet

Kohala Coast, HI

Meet artists Guy Buffet, Steve Matson, Rod Cameron and Darrell Hill's wife, Pat Hill

To kindly rsvp email us at: lgi@maui.net or call the gallery for more info.

Guy Buffet's (France/California)
famous images depict restaurants, people, landscapes, cities and of course, Hawaii (one of his favorite locations). His whimsical renditions and fine artwork have been admired and collected worldwide for many decades. Guy is the signature artist for Champagne Perrier Jouet, and has been commissioned by corporations such as Grand Marnier, Absolut Vodka, Ventura Foods, Westin and Ritz Carlton Hotels.

Steve Matson (California)
Steve Matson received an Oscar for his special effects work in the movie, "The Life of Pi", and is the creator of "moving paintings". This new and unique art form blends that artist's animation talents with his original oil paintings, by adding actual motion to his works. These "moving paintings" combine painting, photography, videography, animation and sound effects for private television play. Matson continues to work in the entertainment industry and has been part of such films as: Star Wars EP3, Superman, Chronicles of Narnia, Polar Express and 300 to name a few.

Rod Cameron (Local)
Rod Cameron is a "Big Island" artist, well-known and admired for his incredibly colorful and beautiful oils featuring remarkable landscapes, sunsets and people of Hawaii. Prior to following his passion for creating fine art, Rod worked as a very successful designer and illustrator for over 20 years, with such clients as The Los Angeles Times, Warner Bros., and Hasbro. Rod has also illustrated many published books and has received over 60 awards for artistic excellence.

Darrell Hill (Local)
Darrell Hill (1941-2013) was a pioneer of Bold-Impressionism. Hill's rich, vibrant paintings are infused with the energy and spirit of the Islands and are reflected in his beautiful beaches, tropical fruits, flowers and foliage, and images of its native people. Enriched by an Impressionist-inspired observation, Hill shared the beauty he encountered daily. Hill's luminous use of light, subject and powerful coloring techniques demonstrate remarkable talent and sensitivity. His images can be observed by the heart as well as the eye.

03/14/2018
6:30 - 9:30 PM

Andrea Razzauti at Wailea

Andrea Razzauti

Wailea, Maui, HI

Tuscan artist Andrea Razzauti resides on Maui where he paints memories of his homeland and beautiful white sand beaches of Hawaii. His work is calming, sophisticated and pleasing to the eye. The viewer enjoys the experience and appreciates the skill of his detailed artistry; light and shadowing are key to the experience.
Razzauti's birth into an artistic family and his education at the Istituto d'Arte di Pisa prepared him well for his profession. Lahaina Galleries is proud to represent the works of this immensely talented and popular artist.

03/16/2018
6:30 - 9:30 PM

Robert Lyn Nelson Friday Art Night

Robert Lyn Nelson

MAUI - Lahaina, Maui, HI

Hey Jude is the newest addition to Robert Lyn Nelson's Beatles Tribute Series.

ROBERT LYN NELSON'S Beatles Tribute Series paintings are as surreal as the songs which were created and performed worldwide by the legendary band. Strawberry Fields Forever, Imagine, Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, and Here Comes the Sun are just few of the images in the collection that Nelson began painting in 2008.

The music of The Beatles has influenced our generation and allowed me to visualize a different dimension based on each songs lyrics. This series of images are my own very humble tribute on canvas to the work of these creative geniuses. These pieces are my interpretation of everyone's beloved songs and my effort to further illuminate their wonderful contributions for generations to come.

Nelson's Beatles Tribute Series is available at Lahaina Galleries, 736 Front Street. Limited editions are offered and for a limited time receive a gift with the purchase of a Beatles Tribute print.

03/21/2018
6:30 - 9:30 PM

Ronaldo Macedo at Wailea

Ronaldo Macedo

Wailea, Maui, HI

Hawaii's plein air artist, Ronaldo Macedo is "Living the Life. He lives on Maui in this great little town of Lahaina. Most days he paints until he tires, then surfs, goes fishing or sailing. Toss in a wife and two touring surf kids and you are "Living the Life!", but make no mistake, he is one of the most collected and respected painters of Hawaii and California alive today.

03/23/2018
6:30 - 9:30 PM

Ronaldo Macedo at Friday Art Night

Ronaldo Macedo

MAUI - Lahaina, Maui, HI

Hawaii's plein air artist, Ronaldo Macedo is "Living the Life. He lives on Maui in this great little town of Lahaina. Most days he paints until he tires, then surfs, goes fishing or sailing. Toss in a wife and two touring surf kids and you are "Living the Life!", but make no mistake, he is one of the most collected and respected painters of Hawaii and California alive today.

03/24/2018
4:00PM - 7:00PM

Dr. Seuss's Collection of Unorthodox Taxidermy

Dr. Seuss

Newport Beach, CA

New exhibition celebrating Dr. Seuss's Collection of Unorthodox Taxidermy
Lahaina Galleries - Newport Beach (Fashion Island)
Saturday, March 24th, 2018 from 4:00pm - 7:00pm
(exhibit will remain on display through April 15th, 2018)

If I Ran the Zoo
New Exhibition features Dr. Seuss's
little-known Collection of Unorthodox Taxidermy,
and unveils the World Premiere of his "Powerless Puffer"

Eighty years have passed since Dr. Seuss produced what he called his "Collection of Unorthodox Taxidermy," an amazing menagerie of Seussian animals often constructed from real animal beaks, antlers, horns, lions teeth, rabbit ears, and turtle shells. In a long forgotten 1938 article featuring his extraordinary taxidermy sculptures, Look magazine dubbed Dr. Seuss "The World's Most Eminent Authority on Unheard-Of Animals."

Celebrating the release of Dr. Seuss's Powerless Puffer-the final Marine Muggs cast-resin sculpture in the Collection of Unorthodox Taxidermy-a traveling exhibition is being launched to feature all 17 of these incomparable artworks. This new exhibition, If I Ran the Zoo, marks the first time all 17 sculptures have been presented together in an exhibition dedicated to Dr. Seuss's sculptural heritage.

The exhibition highlights Dr. Seuss's little-known sculptural legacy and spotlights the fascinating correlations between his two-dimensional artworks and three-dimensional sculpture. A featured example of this relationship will be presented as a special tour edition, re-created from Ted Geisel's 1931 pen and ink drawing depicting two gentlemen in tuxedos and top hats, unsuccessfully attempting to hunt down more than 25 wonderfully Seussian animals.

The Art of Dr. Seuss Collection is relatively unknown by the general public, however, art aficionados have avidly followed and collected estate-authorized editions from the collection for nearly two decades. More than half of the collection's 17 taxidermy sculptures are sold out, making the exhibit's premiere of the Powerless Puffer an enormous event for art collectors and fine art galleries around the world.

At a recent exhibition dedicated to Theodor Seuss Geisel's artwork, collection curator Bill Dreyer spoke directly about these artworks: "Originally created in the 1930s during Ted Geisel's most prolific sculpting phase, Dr. Seuss's little-known collection of taxidermy rivals some of the hippest postmodern sculpture on the art scene today. Without question, the Unorthodox Taxidermy is a gem of Dr. Seuss's career, and the authorized estate editions have become one of the most exciting and collectible elements of his entire artistic legacy. Kudos to those who have recognized these avant-garde creations as important and substantial artistic contributions from one of the world's most important literary icons."

"The Wonderful World of Dr. Seuss," Robert Cahn's July 6, 1957 Saturday Evening Post article said it best, "Ted's animals are the sort you'd like to take home to meet the family."

03/28/2018
6:30 - 9:30 PM

Andrea Razzauti at Wailea

Andrea Razzauti

Wailea, Maui, HI

Tuscan artist Andrea Razzauti resides on Maui where he paints memories of his homeland and beautiful white sand beaches of Hawaii. His work is calming, sophisticated and pleasing to the eye. The viewer enjoys the experience and appreciates the skill of his detailed artistry; light and shadowing are key to the experience.
Razzauti's birth into an artistic family and his education at the Istituto d'Arte di Pisa prepared him well for his profession. Lahaina Galleries is proud to represent the works of this immensely talented and popular artist.

 

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