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Maui's oldest gallery presenting original art by Hawaii's most sought-after artists .Three West Maui locations.


Exhibitions: January | February | March | April | May | June |

April 2 - 22, 2004• Village Gallery • 120 Dickenson Street • Lahaina

Art Night Reception: Friday, April 2, 6 - 9 pm

From behind her easel, on-location, Pam paints her expressions of light and color as she gazes on the Maui she loves.

Her show will tour the island subjects from Upcountry to Lahaina. Join us in celebrating her annual show.


Pamela Andelin: Makawao, Oil, 36" x 36", $9,000



April 8 - 11, 2004
Village Gallery • One Ritz-Carlton Drive • (located off the lobby at The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua)

Cindy Conkly : Na Kane Ku I Ka Hano, Watercolor, 22" x 30", $1,750

Celebration Poster $25.00

Partners in Preserving Hawaii’s Culture
The Village Galleries and The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua have joined forces once again to present the 12th Annual Celebration of the Arts. Hawaii’s premier hands-on event continues to grow in stature and reputation as a weekend dedicated to the arts, culture and people of Hawaii. The theme for the 2003 event is "Na Kane Ku I Ka Hano" (Men Standing With Pride). We are pleased to announce island watercolorist Cindy Conklin is creating the poster image for 2004. Cindy will be signing posters during Celebration weekend and an exhibition of her work will be featured at Village Galleries.Gallery artisans, Hawaiian practitioners, teachers and leaders ensure a most unique experience for all in attendance. From primitive fired clay to nose flutes, films, panels, workshops, hula, a luau not to be missed and a concert featuring the best musicians that the islands have to offer.... The Celebration of the Arts 2004 is truly a family event designed for all to experience Hawaiian heart and soul. For "Celebration Room Packages" call 1-800-262-8440 or

April 9 -29, 2004• Village Gallery Contemporary • 180 Dickenson Street • Lahaina

Artist's Reception: Friday, April 9th, 6 - 9 pm

Lisa Kasprzycki: Homoa, Oil, 55' x 71.5", $8,000


Connie Adams: Pineapple, Watercolor, 20" x 20", $1,950

Although arriving only a few years ago to make Maui her home, Connie Adams has found profound experiences in painting extraordinary watercolors of our tropical botanical blossoms. She received her MFA in painting in 2001 from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Connie is included in numerous collections including the Kellogg Corporation, The Guam Hilton and Saipan Hyatt Regency. We are exceedingly proud to add Connie to our roster.



April 23 - May 6, 2004• Village Gallery • 120 Dickenson Street • Lahaina
Stephen Burr • Michael Krahn

Art Night Reception: Friday, April 23rd, 6 - 9 pm

Stephen Burr’s richly applied pastels, on black paper, seem to dance with light and energy. Only working on-location, he finds the communication with his subject revealing and exciting. Michael Krahn paints glistening watercolors of Maui’s shorelines and mountains with such clearness of vision, the atmosphere reaches out and touches you.
Stephen and Michael will be present for their reception on Friday, April 23rd.. You’re invited to join the festivities!


Stephen Burr: Road to Ho'okipa, Pastel, 29" x 21", $2,800


Michael Krahn:One'uli Beach, Watercolor, 14" x 8", $595


April 30 - May 20, 2003• Village Gallery Contemporary • 180 Dickenson Street • Lahaina
Flights of Fantasy • Wanda Russell & Stephenie Clifton

Art Night Reception: Friday, April 30th, 6 - 9 pm

Wanda Russell is emerging as one of Maui’s most imaginative watercolorists. Her meticulous color layering technique and unique compositions have been received with noteworthy acclaim.
Stephanie Clifton has recently joined us and, although new on the island, her provocative mixed-media work prove a great addition. Such as interesting show should not be missed.

Wanda Russell: Batik Bananas, Watercolor, 30" x 11.5", $850

Stephanie Clifton: Learning, Mixed Media, 7.5" x 4.5", $195



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