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Imua Discovery Garden welcomes Steve Tobin’s Earth to Sky exhibit.

“The largest scale exhibit to ever come to Hawaii!”

Imua Discovery Garden is meant to be a place of wonder and discovery for children and the young at heart. What better place to host a playful exhibit called Earth to Sky than a historic garden with 120 year old Monkeypod Trees connecting us from the ground where we are rooted to the skies above?

Much like Imua Discovery Garden, Steve Tobin’s works are meant to inspire the imagination and connect us back to nature.

Located at the Will Smith Imua Discovery Garden in the heart of the Wailuku Historic District, and within walking distance of central Wailuku town.

Following your trip to the garden, visit our neighbors at the Maui Historical Society!

about the artist

Steve Tobin is a sculptor working in glass, bronze, steel and clay. His art has appeared in major museums and collections around the world and has been featured in hundreds of publications including Time, Newsweek, National Geographic, Smithsonian and the NY Times to name a few. CNN featured the permanent installation of his 9/11 memorial (Trinity Root) in Manhattan in 2005. The 20’ bronze Trinity Root was created from the roots of the historic sycamore tree that saved St. Paul’s Chapel during the World Trade Center attacks. More information regarding Steve Tobin can be found at


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Proceeds from the Earth to Sky exhibit benefit children and families in Maui county through the work of Imua Family Services.


Volunteer opportunities are available. Positions vary widely and include docent training, tour assistance, and helping in the garden. For more information, contact us at


Presenting Sponsor: PASHA Hawaii

The Earth to Sky exhibit is the largest art installation ever to travel to Hawaii. This endeavor would not have been possible without the generous support of PASHA Hawaii.

Airline Sponsor: Alaska Airlines

Media Sponsors: Pacific Media Group, Experience Maui, Maui No Ka Oi Magazine

Proudly Supported by these partners: County of Maui, Small Town Big Art, Wailuku Arts District, Maui Historical Society

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