LAHAINA – Mick Fleetwood, the legendary co-founder and drummer of Fleetwood Mac, has added to his array of businesses on Front Street by turning a former storeroom in his ground floor gift shop into an art gallery.
Last Tuesday and Friday, he celebrated the grand opening with hundreds of visitors and kama’aina. The lanky legend was charming, posing for pictures, popping champagne, talking to guests and basking in the beauty of the new gallery.
He wants the gallery to feature Maui artists, and to that end, artists such as painter Avi Kiriaty, underwater photographer David Fleetham, Celtic artist Hamish Burgess, sculptor Bene Michelle Cambra, photographer Christopher Egan, new Maui resident painter George “Milo” Buck and, of course, Fleetwood himself, who is quite an accomplished photographer, along with international figures such as Ronnie Wood, John Humphries and Andrew Stuart.
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