Those looking for original contemporary and modern works of art will not be disappointed with galerie 103, owned and run Bruna Stude, a photographer originally hailing from the Croatian port town of Split on the Dalmation Coast. Her earliest memories are of the Adriatic Sea, and water continues to influence her work, as well as global environmental issues. galerie 103 represents some of Hawai‘i’s leading artists, with exhibits changing regularly in the 2,400-square-foot space. Adjoining 103 is galerie +, where there is a unique selection of art books, works on paper, art furnishings, small sculptures, and one-of-a-kind art toys. For Stude, art is a tool to expand and correct the lingering idea that Hawaiian art is merely focused on the celebration of natural beauty.