Gallery sights in Maui
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Past Hali'imaile Rd, just after the 5-mile marker, is Kaluanui, the former plantation estate of sugar magnates Harry and Ethel Baldwin, which now houses the Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center. Famed Honolulu architect CW Dickey designed the two-story plantation home with Spanish-style tile roof in 1917.
The prestigious arts club founded here in the 1930s offers classes in printmaking, pottery, woodcarving and other visual arts. You're welcome to visit the gallery, which exhibits topnotch local artists, and walk around the grounds, which include stables turned into art studios. The gift shop sells quality ceramics, glassware and original prints.