Maggie O’Neill Fine Art
  • December16th

    Malcolm Commission

    With the new year right around the corner, drafting a list of new year’s resolutions begins. It may be easy to immediately think of working out or eating better, but why can’t a healthier lifestyle mean new color, new art? Not only will it brighten your home, surrounding yourself with different colors can directly affect your mood Read the Rest…

  • December3rd


    Happy holidays to all! Visit the shop page for the following prints and many more, and give the gift of a Maggie O’Neill original. The last day to order prints to ensure that they will arrive before Christmas Day is December 12, 2014. Be sure to check out “DC Uncle Sam”, “Flynn’s Jefferson Memorial”, and Read the Rest…

  • August6th


    I love painting portraits of presidents and historical figures, but I also love those of everyday people. Check out some of my portraits and four talented contemporary portraiture artists!

  • July21st


    Lately it feels as though maps are everywhere! A recent commission has gotten me seeing maps around every turn and thinking about their decorative potential. Check out some of my fine art, SwatchRoom’s work, and a ton of inspiration to see what I mean!

  • July15th

    pineapple print RX cocktail

    I had a deliciously good time at the Renaissance Dupont Circle Hotel’s RX Cocktail hour last week (for which I was a cocktail MUSE!!). Check out some great pictures from the event here. Who knows, you might even become inspired to whip up some cocktails of your own!

  • July3rd


    Recently SwatchRoom and I have had the pleasure of working with Cory Oberndorfer. We interviewed him to learn more about his awesomely fun art! If you like lollipops, candy, roller derby, and bright colors, you’ll love Cory’s work!

  • June26th

    rummage sale

    Due to SwatchRoom and my hectic calendars, we’ve had to cancel Saturday’s yard sale. But don’t worry – we are only postponing it!

  • June24th


    Love my paintings and want to see some in person? Some of my favorite Limited Edition Prints are hanging in a special installation in DC’s Renaissance Hotel!

  • June17th


    Join us Saturday, June 28th from 11 AM till 3 PM, for a yard sale in our headquarters at 1527 9th Street! We’ve uncovered lots of great items during our move and would love for you to take them off our hands. For more information, read more!

  • June2nd


    For me, a good color, pattern, or print should not be limited to just one thing. I am a huge fan of the overlap of clothing into decor, where awesome patterns can live on dresses as well as walls. Here are some examples of great prints that translate onto multiple surfaces.

  • April7th

    So often, where we work is just as important as the work we do. Having a great space to work in can inspire great ideas, lead to interesting conversations, and even make stressful days a little easier. I can’t wait to be settled into our work space so I’ve attached a sneak peek of some Read the Rest…

  • March12th


    For the Swatchroom Salon 2014, I live painted on Saturday night. It’s always a blast to do this, and a great way to not worry about getting paint on my clothing is to actually PAINT the clothing! On Saturday, I wore a sequin dress that I spray painted myself. Take a look: I’ve been painting Read the Rest…

  • February18th


    As the 2014 SwatchRoom Salon weekend is fast approaching, I couldn’t help but think back to all of the O’Neill Studios Salon parties in years past. But first, I would like to introduce our very exciting 3 day event, with a different concept each night. Friday night will consist of emerging artists in the DC Read the Rest…

  • February6th


    The hamsa, an open hand that provides protection, is a symbol that has been present in my art & design work for a while now now. Not only is it a beautiful looking symbol, but I love the meaning as well.

  • January30th

    3d printed feathers

    Over at SwatchRoom, we’ve been saying that 2014 is the Year of the Feather. Partially because of our recent trip to Marrakesh, where we worked with Project SOAR at Peacock Pavilions, and partially because we are working on a new project involving 3D printed feathers. We just can’t help but notice how feathers – in Read the Rest…