Fleur Weymouth has been photography editor of Helicon Nine magazine from 1982 to the present. She has been exhibiting her paintings and photographs since 1959. Recent one-woman shows include the Morris Gallery in New York City; the Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield, Massachusetts; the Photographers’ Gallery, Sanibel Island, Florida; and Exhibition Hall, Fort Myers Florida. She is known in New England (where she used to lives) as author of the Scenic Roads Law which protects quiet back roads, trees and stone walls from destruction.
During 1978-’81 she wrote environmental columns for the Islander newspaper on Sanibel Island, Florida, and later wrote and photographed for the Sanibel Island Repeater newspaper. She lives in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, and is at work on four books: Field Notes; Terwilliger Stories; Bill’s Beard; and a book about dreaming, for children of all ages.
A new series of her postcards, Na Po’e Hawai’i (the people of Hawai’i) was published in early 1990.