Lahaina to Close Old Mill Gallery



Lahaina Galleries in the Old Mill District is having a huge inventory clearance that will last through October – the sale will include frames, furniture, sculpture stands as well as paintings, prints and sculptures.

This is a great opportunity for art lovers to come get some amazing deals. The gallery, which has been a wonderful addition to the Old Mill District for more than ten years, is closing November 1. Because the gallery has other locations in Hawaii and California that will remain open, the Bend managers, Kevin and Julie Gagnon, will be relocating to Maui for other positions within the Lahaina family.

Owner of the gallery, Beau Killet, said, “We have had a very successful run here in Bend and love the community and clients we have cultivated. The economic downturn warrants that to continue our success, we need to make tough decisions to strengthen our core business.” Killet will remain in Bend where he will continue to work for Lahaina Galleries from his home office.

“This is a wonderful town and an incredibly beautiful gallery, and we are sad to leave,” said Kevin Gagnon. “We appreciate the support of our dedicated staff, all art lovers and Bill Smith for the outstanding shopping district he has created.”

Lahaina Galleries has been in operation for over 36 years now. It continues to operate galleries in Hawaii and in Newport, California. 541-388-4404,


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