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West Maui is reopening, welcoming visitors to the most beautiful beaches in Hawaii.

We hope you enjoy our Maui inspired works...

Maui Update: A sign of hope

Just over two months ago fires ravaged the beautiful Lahaina Town, reducing its vibrant colors to ash. But a new sign of hope is blooming in the midst of the ashes.

Lahaina's Banyan tree, planted in 1873, is a symbol of the deep roots within our community and despite this tragedy it's branches remain raised to the sky. Local volunteers have helped pour 1000's of gallons of water at the root bases to replenish the soil around the tree.

With resiliency and strength, Lahaina and its people are recovering alongside their beloved tree.

New growth has been spotted at various points along the Banyan Tree's branches.

Fire destroyed the Maui Historical Center and Lahaina's Banyan Court Park. Spanning 1.94 acres and rising 60 feet tall, this is the United States largest Banyan tree.

We are hoping for a full recovery of our banyan tree. Photo credit: Maui Guides for this beautiful image.

Welcome Back

West Maui re-opened to visitors on October 8. This is a staged reopening with business, restaurants, and other services slowly coming back to offer that unforgettable Maui experience .

We know having the support of the 3 million annual visitors to Maui each year will be critical for our recovery.

We welcome you back with Aloha!

Gaze at the West Maui Mountains as you enjoy a whale watch tour or sunset sail.

Stroll the tranquil beaches of West Maui, and grab a beachside lunch at Whaler's Village.

Exploring Maui

While Lahaina is temporarily unavailable, Maui has many other wonderful sites to explore...consider driving the West Maui Loop, with a stop at Kapalua for lunch. Hike the path to the Blow Hole and grab some of Julia's Banana Bread.

The bustling artistic community of Makawao and other areas of Upcountry are a must see!

Paia Town, with its laid back vibe, is a wonderful place to meander and check out the shops, or just observe the colorful characters of the town. See the sunset at Hookipa Beach where the green sea turtles gather to sleep, and finish the night with a meal at Mama's Fish House.

Buckle up for a fun ride on The Road to Hana, one of America's best drives. After Hana Town visit the pristine Haleakala National Park for an afternoon of activities.

Hike up the Pipiwai Trail, enjoying the bamboo forest and a trickling stream.

Make it to the top and see Waimoka Falls. After the hike spend some time soaking in the Seven Sacred Pools.

Janis Casco Blayer

Janis has worked in a variety of media including oil, water color, zinc plate etching and bronze sculpture, among others. These days she mostly paints in oil with a palette knife. Her subject matter has varied over the years but Janis' favorites are animals, landscapes, and local folk. Janis' work is impressionist, capturing the curious nature of animals and personalities of people. Her landscapes evoke the mood inspired by memorable settings in nature.

Janis moved to Maui in 1979 and resides in Kaanapali.

Please enjoy this sneak peak of her work, more to come in future emails...

 "Lahaina Court House" by Janis Blayer. Original oil on canvas. Size: 22x28 inches. Price $4,900.

"The Beach at Kapalua" by Janis Blayer. Original oil on canvas. Size: 30x40 inches. Price $7,900.

"Just Maui-ed" by Janis Blayer. Original oil on canvas. Size: 20x24 inches. Price $3,200.

"Aloha Aina Fruit & Flower Stand" by Janis Blayer. Original acrylic on canvas. Size: 36x48 inches.

Price $9,900.

"Lahaina Car Show #2" by Janis Blayer. Original oil on canvas. Size: 24x30 inches. Price $6,900.

"Cock Fight" by Janis Blayer. Original oil on canvas. Size: 11x14 inches. Price $950.

We are excited to debut the works of our amazing jewelers!

Alison Wahl

Alison is recognized by her trademark name of Stellar Jewels. Stellar refers "the best" and translated in Hawaiian is No Ka Oi. Alison specializes in creating limited edition jewelry designs for men and women. She uses mixed metals including silver, bronze and steel, bone carvings and semi precious stones.

"The goal of my jewelry is to share creativity and beauty in all of my pieces, bringing joy to those who wear them and those who appreciate looking at my work."

Alison lives and creates her work on Maui.

Alison Wahl's "Tranquil Sea" I'a hoku starfish, blue topaz, fresh water pearl in a sterling cuff bracelet with bronze highlights. Adjustable and fits most wrists. Width: 1 3/4 inch. Price $600.

"Turtle Pleasure" necklace by Alison Wahl. Sterling silver Honu swimming in a green amethyst sea and resting in a blue topaz pohaku rock. Dimensions: Height 2.75 inches and width 1.5 inches. Price $625

Alison Wahl's "Brilliant Stars in a Volcanic Lava Bed" Oxidized silver cuff bracelet, gem stone clusters of ruby, amethyst and citrine highlighted with bronze overlay. Dimensions: 2" width, 6" length, with a 2" opening. Price $675

Looking for the perfect image that captures the memory of Lahaina?

Alexander Volkov's "Sunset After the Storm" is the ideal piece.

Celebrate the memory of Lahaina by adding this beautiful piece to the walls of your home.

This work is offered as a Limited Edition giclee. Price $1,500.

Also offered as a Limited Edition, hand embellished giclee for $3,600.

Size: 24X36, Unframed.

Thank you to our collectors for making this our best seller since the destruction of our town...and for keeping Lahaina close to your hearts.

Mahalo to our artists for these vibrant original works and for being a part of the Sargent's experience!

When you fall in love with one of these treasures, please contact your personal fine art consultant

Chris Bierley (808)250-3581

Douglas Hash (503)780-4540

Herb Coshak (808)298-4511

Ingrid Klausner (808)298-4571

Rick Mancuso (808)280-4760

Kim Jacoby (808)298-5470

Don't have a regular consultant? Having trouble reaching someone?

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Mahalo to Our Friends!

 You have inspired our continued journey...

Thank you for your donations and for supporting us as we offer artistic creations from

local Maui artists without a gallery space.

Click her to kindly donate to our recovery

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