Lānaʻi Painter, Mike Carroll, Features an Exciting Gallery of 25 Local Artists & Artisans
Mike & Kat Carroll showcase Lānaʻi-inspired artwork at their gallery.
Mike Carroll Gallery
Lured by the splendor of the Hawaiian Islands, Chicago-native Mike Carroll moved to Lānaʻi in 2001 to pursue his life-long passion for art and nature. His original oil paintings and prints celebrate Hawaiʻi and invite the viewer to explore her enchanting beauty.
Mike and his wife, Kat, opened a tiny “starter” gallery in 2002, and moved around the corner to their current location in 2004. The gallery is a working studio, where Mike paints (when he’s not in the field). The historic plantation-style building features Mike’s paintings and prints as well as the paradise-inspired work of 25 other artists and artisans.
This is one of the main buildings – and establishments – in the area, located around the town square next to the pharmacy. You can’t miss it! Even if you are just making a daytrip, this is a great stop for browsing and shopping. They have great cards, jewelry, and smaller items for picking up little gifts that will remind you of this beautiful island.