Shannon Weaver's artwork captures the vibrant colors and spirit of Hawaii's people. Her main theme for the past eight years has been the Hula and the Lei, integral parts of Hawaiian culture, which she brings together boldly in her original oil paintings. Her artwork has traveled around the world, sharing aloha with all that experience these incredible images.
About the Artist
Shannon Weaver is a Native Hawaiian Artist from the island of Maui. From a young age, she knew she wanted to be an artist and ultimately followed that path. Shannon attended the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa where she received a Fine Arts Degree in Painting in 2000, and has been painting ever since. Currently, Shannon resides on the Big Island of Hawai‘i with her family.
Shannon is an active member of Hale Ku‘ai, a hui of Native Hawaiian artists and cultural practitioners, who believe in and support the perpetuation of Hawaiian values, culture, and practices. She also participates in the annual MAMo Festivals held each May, which highlights indigenous artisans throughout Hawai‘i .
Shannon's paintings can be viewed at Nohea Galleries in Honolulu and Waikiki, Island Treasures Gallery in Kailua, and Maui Hands in Paia, Maui.