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November 2016 Art Shows

Luana Kama

Lahaina, November-LuanaKama

MAUI HANDS GALLERY AT 612 FRONT STREET IN LAHAINA PRESENTS WATERCOLORIST, LUANA KAMA, EVERY TUESDAY IN NOVEMBER FROM 4:30-7:30.

"I have lived in Lahaina most of my life and attended Kamehameha III School and Lahainaluna High School. I am part Hawaiian on my mom’s side and “Haole” on my dad’s side. I have always loved art and did take classes throughout my life but when I got married and started to raise my family (5 boys), drawing and painting were pushed to the side. Today, I’m still living in Lahaina and having a great time painting like crazy. My other interests are sewing, reading, cooking and baking, crafts, and I take classes and teach Hula."

RobinFahey

Lahaina,NovemberRobinFahey

MAUI HANDS GALLERY AT 612 FRONT STREET IN LAHAINA PRESENTS CERAMICIST AND PAINTER, ROBIN FAHEY, EVERY SATURDAY IN NOVEMBER

Kathy McCartney

Makawao, November-KathyMcCartney

MAUI HANDS GALLERY IN MAKAWAO WELCOMES KATHY MCCARTNEY AS ARTIST IN RESIDENCE ON TUESDAYS FROM 11:30-3:30 AND THIRD FRIDAY THE 18TH FROM 5-8.

Kathy McCartney is a local Maui artist with a flair for capturing the unique beauty of the magical HawaiianIslands and romance of the South Pacific. She paints “Tropical Expressions” of underwater sea life, landscapes with turquoise waters, heavenly moon, sunbeams and rainbow bridges that connect heaven to earth.

Christine Waara

Paia, June-ChrisWaara

MAUI HANDS GALLERY IN PAIA WELCOMES PAINTER, CHRISTINE WAARA AS ARTIST IN RESIDENCE EVERY MONDAY IN MAY FROM 12-4.

"“Light is the subject matter of my newer paintings. Without light we would not have color. How much light, placement and direction of light, create the story of light. The change of value, temperature, color, and edges is what gives the subjects of my paintings dimension. In Hawaii, I do what the Hawaiians do. “Talking story” is what we say when we want to get together and share stories. My stories are my paintings I share with you. Christine has taught at the University of Rochester’s Creative Workshop at the Memorial Art Gallery and has conducted workshops and given talks at various art clubs across the country. She currently works part time at Maui Hands art gallery which keeps her connected to customers from all over the world as well as learning about other artists and how they create their art. When she’s not painting, she’s usually outside hiking, biking, swimming in the ocean, tending her garden, or at yoga.”