Bid to Benefit Maui Relief

Help the Museum and artist Marvin Humphrey raise funds for Lahaina, Maui relief.
Bid via email or in person at the Museum.
Artist Marvin Humphrey visited Lahaina two weeks before the fires, capturing this scene from inside the Baldwin Home Museum, now lost along with all of its priceless treasures.
Bid now via email or in person at the Museum ($600 starting bid) on Marvin’s 18 x 24 oil on linen canvas original. 100% of the proceeds will benefit Maui Strong.

The oldest house on the island of Maui, The Baldwin Home was a recognizable landmark in the heart of historic Lahaina. The original four-room, single level structure was built by Reverend Ephraim Spaulding between 1834-35 in what was then referred to as the “missionary compound.” This area offered a direct view to the Lahaina landing and roadstead beyond where whaling ships would anchor. Baldwin is credited with saving Maui from the smallpox epidemic. The house once played host to members of the Hawaiian royal family and contained artifacts evidencing the history Lahaina, Maui and the 1850s period.

Marvin Humphrey, Baldwin Home, Oil on Canvas (2023) 18×24
Marvin Humphrey’s photo of the Baldwin Home, Lahaina, August 2023