Maggie O’Neill Fine Art
  • April7th

    dept of funk

    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…

  • January29th

    de Gournay

    Pastoral scenes, chinoiserie, and landscapes create a vibrant yet relaxing atmosphere in a space. They add elegance and luxury to a room, which is why it is not surprising that many people want this design trend in their formal spaces. De Gournay specializes in handpainted wallpaper – which is stunning – that follows traditions dating back to Read the Rest…

  • January2nd


    I feel very blessed and very humbled by 2013. It seems only right to wrap up the year with gratitude, humility and a solid re-cap.

  • October28th

    Street sign

    O’Neill Studios + design operative  = SwatchRoom. We will still be producing awesome and inspiring spaces, but now on a larger scale and with a wider array of artists and craftspeople. This merge of businesses has been a long time coming, as we have worked with design operative on some of our most successful projects Read the Rest…

  • September11th

    Never Forget_email

    Maggie’s most recent addition to her collection of limited edition prints, “Never Forget” started as a commissioned piece. Maggie was approached by her cousin, Christi Patterson, with a photograph she had taken at ground zero. Patterson is not only an accomplished photographer, but a police officer  in Indiana. As an officer, Christi was crushed by Read the Rest…

  • August22nd

    "Brant Point Lighthouse" 30 x 40" acrylic on canvas August 2013 Maggie O'Neill

    Maggie O’Neill Fine art is taking a road trip to Nantucket! Learn about events planned on the island and get a sneak peak at some of the recent works that will be on display.

  • July29th

    I’m so excited to announce I have a new studio/gallery space under construction. This co-work space will host Maggie O’Neill Fine Art as well as O’Neill Studios and Design Operative. Located in D.C.’s up and coming Shaw neighborhood, this former beauty salon is getting a serious makeover and is expected to be under construction for Read the Rest…

  • June21st


    I’m so excited that Teddy and the Bully Bar is finally opening. The space was put together by a dream team of artists I assembled.  I love their work and would love to share it with you!  If you want to know more about the design that went into the space, you can read about it here. Read the Rest…

  • May31st

    Annapolis Harbor (2013) acrylic on canvas 18 x 36"

    Maggie O’Neill Fine Art is excited to introduce two new limited edition prints: “Annapolis Harbor” and “Navy Academy Chapel.” Now available in the Maggie O’Neill Fine Art shop in both paper and canvas prints. These works of art were both inspired by Annapolis, Md and are part of a body of work O’Neill created for the Read the Rest…

  • April18th

    Stuart Haygarth

    There are currently a lot of lighting fixtures at Teddy & The Bully Bar that are in the works – and are going to be AMAZING. They will be made from new and repurposed materials, or even an object being used in an unexpected way. Artist Stuart Haygarth seems to fit right in with what’s going on at Teddy, with his chandeliers made of plastic bottles, glasses, lenses, and many more found objects! Check it out:

  • April11th

    Inspired by the wonderful weather and full bloom of the cherry blossoms, here is are a couple of art shows I’d like to highlight! The first is “Cherry Blossoms in Spring Time” at Zenith Gallery. The show lasts until May 31st and is a true celebration of the beautiful cherry blossoms that fill DC this time of year!