Maui Arts & Entertainment

Young Artist’s Work Beautifies Maui Memorial Medical Center

May 8, 2012, 2:36 PM HST
* Updated May 9, 9:59 AM
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Shown here beneath one of the new art pieces on display at MMMC are (L-R) Waihe’e Elementary School students: Lilinoe Mederios, Shaylee Herrick, Jalyssa Miguel, Tasha Caulford, and Sarai Opiana-Glass Robinson. Courtesy photo.

By Wendy Osher

The artwork of 18 young Maui students is now on display at the Maui Memorial Medical Center.

The works were created by elementary, intermediate and high school students as part of a contest hosted by the hospital.

The theme for the contest was “Caring for One Another” and subject matter included landscapes, seascapes, animals, people and any other positive ideas that the artists envisioned.

“We are again so amazed and inspired by the young artists in our community,
said MMMC Director of Communications Carol Clark who noted it was the second such contest hosted by the hospital in recent years.


“The beauty of their work is pure and so uplifting for our staff, patients and visitors,” said Clark.

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