Featuring Local Artist Megan Koeberle

Featuring Local Artist & Environmental Activist Megan Koeberle on Lahaina’s 2nd Friday!

Megan Koeberle Art Honu

DTH-Maui will feature local artist and environmental activist Megan Koeberle Friday, August 11th, during Lahaina’s 2nd Friday from 5-9pm! Megan recycles plastics and other materials to create her pieces, using each piece to create awareness about the environment, assisting to keep the beautiful island of Maui clean from litter. Megan’s approach to raising awareness with her art pieces is "Keep it in your living room and out of the ocean”.

Originally from Colorado, Megan Koeberle moved to Maui in 2012 and fell instantly in love with the island. Megan’s artwork is primarily made using plastic gathered from local restaurants and coastal clean ups. Each piece is cleaned, hand painted, melted and sculpted to make one of a kind pieces.

Megan Koeberle Art Jelly

50% of each piece sold goes towards local cleanups and community awareness. With each purchase you are doing your part to help fund and bring change to Maui. Follow her on facebook at Project Save da Aina to stay up to date on events and information. Megan will have one of her pieces to donate 100% of the proceeds to the Lahaina Art Association, Youth Outreach Program.

Join us for an evening of Art & "Fresh Squeezed" cocktails by house craftsmen Adam Rio. starting at 6pm. Down the Hatch’s 2nd Friday event is followed by the "Official Art Walk After Party", featuring local DJ SWEETS, starting at 10pm!