This mural depicts the endemic animals and plants of Haleakalā National Park as well as other Hawaiian species which occur on Maui.
A 1957 Oil painting depicting the Haleakalā Crater as seen from the northwest crater rim.
1950 oil painting depicting a scenic view of Haleakalā Crater.
Oil painting was inspired by the legend of Maui.
Bruce McGrew was the first artist-in-residence at Haleakalā National Park.
Watercolor painting and collage depicts a scenic view of Haleakalā Crater as seen from the start of the Sliding Sands Trail.
Carving of the Hawaiian goddess Pele.
Carving of Hawaiian demigod Maui.
A sculpture representation of the Silversword plant, or 'āhinahina, an endangered species that is found on the cinder slopes of Haleakalā.
Last updated: May 10, 2018
Haleakalā National Park
PO Box 369