Betty Hay Freeland Village Galleries Maui

February 28 - March 20, 2014

120 Dickenson Street in Lahaina


Friday, March 7, 6-8p.m.

Thursday, March 13, 6-8p.m.

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Major Collectors of BH Freeland in Hawaii and Mainland US: Alexander and Baldwin
Bank of Hawaii
C. Brewer & Co
Cadinha & Co
Char Hamilton Campbell & Tom
First Hawaiian Bank
First Hawaiian Credit Corp
Hartford Life
Kaiser Permanente
Kapiolani Hospital
Maui Country Club
Merrill Lynch, Honolulu
Oahu Country Club
Orchid Hotel, Big Island
Pacific Bell Corporation
Pacific Club, Honolulu
Pali Momi Hospital
Parker Ranch
Plantation Restaurant, Kapalua
Punahou School
Purdue Pharmaceutical
Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Kapalua

Rush Moore & Craven
Snowmass Club, Colorado
Scitor Corporation
Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts
Verizon Hawaii

Ritz-Carlton Club & Residences, Kapalua


Above: Betty Hay at the Starbuck's Quick Draw paint out during the first Maui Plein Air Painters Invitational.

Congratulations!! Betty Hay Freeland's painting "Moods of Ukumehame" received the Hawaiian Cultural Award " Honor Hawaii - Honor Maui" at the 2011 Maui Plein Air Painters Invitational.

Below: Moods of Ukumehame,Oil, 14x20, sold

"Mala" Plein Air 2011, Oil, 13" x 20,

Betty Hay Freeland is one of Hawaii’s most highly regarded artists, her compelling impressionist landscapes are widely collected. She portrays the staggering beauty of Hawaii with a tender touch.
Her perception of Hawaii is unlike that of any other artist. She began her painting career on location and continues to paint en plein aire. Betty Hay spends considerable time exploring all of the Hawaiian islands. She is Hawaiian/Caucasian with a notable Hawaiian ancestry. Many collectors feel that special insights and emotions experienced in viewing her art are due to this Hawaiian heritage and her passion for Hawaii. It is said that her value as a chronicler of passing eras will be inestimable.
Born Betty Hay Wodehouse, in Kohala, on the Big Island of Hawaii, she graduated from Punahou School, attended the University of Colorado, and continued studies in New York City. She returned to the islands in 1963, married George (Keoki) Freeland of Lahaina, Maui. Betty Hay, Keoki,their three grown children and grandchildren all reside on Maui.

"Plantation Course-Kapalua, Oil, " 14" x 24", sold

Keanae,Hana Oil, 22" x 24", Sold
Kula Lavender , Oil, 8" x 16"

Kapalua Bay , Oil, 8" x 20", $1,750

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