Conceptual Artist, Bené Cambra, will Be at the Opening Artist Reception of her showing of “Hot Lava” Motorcycle Sculpture, Several of her Miniature Design Concepts and other mediums of artwork. “I am so Proud and thrilled to be Showing My Art and New design concepts on the Island of Maui. Three Generations of my Family were born and raised here! What an Honor indeed”! Her art will be part of an ongoing show at Stepping Stones Gallery, 105 S. Market, Wailuku on the Island of Maui, Hawaii.
Opening Show Reception is on Friday June 2 2017, at WAILUKU FIRST FRIDAY EVENT!
The Current Exhibit featuring Bené Cambra’s “Motorcycle Gas Tank Table”, Signed by Several Celebrities at Love Ride 21 in 2004, is on display at the National Motorcycle Museum in Iowa! Be sure to visit this Awesome Museum filled with Gorgeous Bikes, wonderful Memorabilia and Great Historical Information about the amazing Motorcycle!!
Bené was one of 7 other Artists to be on display at MICK FLEETWOODS New Art Gallery, Restaurant and General Store in Lahaina, on the Island of Maui Hawaii. The Galleries Formal opening was on May 13th 2015. The Blessing Ceremony was on May 9th 2015. Photos of Opening can be viewed in Mick Fleetwoods Art Gallery.
Bené delivers Hot Lava and Black Karma to be featured at Mick Fleetwoods new Art Gallery in Lahaina on the Island of Maui where Mick and Bené call home. Opening reception May 2015.
Bene Cambra’s Black Karma was one of 65 art pieces of 549 pieces submitted for the Annual Art Maui show, March 24 through April 20 2014 held at the Maui Art Cultural Center / Shaffer Gallery, Maui Hawaii.
In its 36 years, it was expressed, this was the most competitive juried Art Maui event ever. “I was honored to be selected for such an amazing event this year.”
Maui TV News Art Maui 2014
Exhibit review by Paul Janes Brown
Photos of Black Karma taken before the Artist Reception. It was one of the highlights of the opening night!
Bene’s Tailpipe Chair Prototype has been on display at Sturgis Museum since 2004 Rally. This patented piece was her first concept design for her motorcycle themed furniture art created back in 1992. When in Sturgis visit the Museum and view the piece on display.
TAILPIPE CHAIR AT STURGIS MUSEUM
The “Tailpipe Chair” that was signed at Love Ride 21 is at the World Class Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Alabama. The piece will be permanently displayed in the Museum Library. The chair was signed by Willie G. Davidson and other Celebrities on hand at Love Ride.
The National Motorcycle Museum has on loan the “Motorcycle Tank Table” that was also signed at Love Ride 21. The Executive Director of the Museum said he was thrilled to have the one of a kind furniture piece and makes such a beautiful addition to the Museum Collection. Oh, and for the serious Collector, the Celebrity signed Love Ride 21 Table is available for purchase to begin the funding of her Rebel with Claws Foundation animal health care program.