Art in Wailea

Wailea is rich in art and artistic experiences. Most of the resorts offer a variety of art and craft experiences for the guests, including lei-making, painting, photography, and coconut husking. Here are some additional art galleries and activities to explore in Wailea.

photo of Four Seasons Artist Showcase

Four Seasons Artist Showcase

8:30 am – 1:30 pm and 6 – 9 pm Daily
The resort presents six artists every day in a rotation that ensures constant variety ~ paintings, glass, ceramics, wood, wearable art, you name it. The artists displays are as exquisite as the art itself, plus you have the opportunity to meet the artists and in many cases observe them at work. The Four Seasons also is home to an extraordinary art collection, available for public viewing at any time.

photo of Grand Wailea Napua Gallery & Artists-in-Residence

Grand Wailea Artists-in-Residence

Main Lobby – 9 am – 2 pm, Tuesday & Friday

NaPua Art Gallery: Open Daily

Select local artists set up displays of their work in ceramics, woodwork, photography, sculptures and paintings in the lobby near the Botero Bar. The NaPua Gallery presents local and international artists. The resort’s art collection consists of over 81 works including original paintings, sculpture, graphics, murals and artifacts.

photo of Aloha Crafters at the Marriott Beach Resort Maui

Wailea Beach Resort Art Programs

9 am – 2 pm, Monday, Friday, Saturday

Ho‘ike No‘eau Art Program: Showcasing local art that is authentic, original and unique in design. Also, Maui artisans display and sell their hand-crafted island products, as part of Wailea Marriott’s award-winning Ho‘olokahi cultural program.

Maui Artist, Shane Robinson

The abstract photograph at the top of the page was created as part of the original art series for the Andaz Maui Resort. Over 60 images were captured on the resort property as a commission for the Executive Offices. Here in Wailea, the sense of place is both powerful and integral to the magical experiences we share.

The contemporary photographs capture the “naka” or inner vibration of the natural and built elements. Flowers, palm trees, the pool, and the iconic spiral wooden staircase are presented to the viewer not as one commonly sees them but as modern, abstract art.

photo of Shane Robinson, Maui Artist, photo by Tracy Wright CorvoShane is a painter, photographer, and digital artist. His work is in the State of Hawaii permanent art collection and can be found in homes and businesses across the U.S., Canada, and Australia.

Learn more at Shane’s Online Art Gallery.