"Rebecca believes in following her heart and trusting her intution, as it leads her to places where she feels very creative and the most at home."
Rebecca Lowell arrived on Maui in 1989, from her home in rural northern California. Not long after, with just $78 left, she checked into the Bungalow, an $11-a-night hostel on Vineyard Street, in historic Wailuku, Maui's county seat- and started to paint in her small room in, front of open windows, overlooking the harbor.
After a week she had enough paintings and hitchhiked across the island to Lahaina's weekly art fair.
Today, after years of success in galleries across Maui, she has her own gallery-Rebecca Lowell Fine Art- at the beautiful Maui Tropical Plantation. She offers her original paintings, giclees, prints and photographs- wide ranging work from elegant giclees of backlit plumerias and oils of Maui's best beaches to popular abstract featuring words and wisdom from around the world.