Press

District of Colors

December 12, 2018

In 1968, Sam Gilliam held his first solo exhibition at the Corcoran Gallery of Art -- 50 years later local artists are still making vibrant works of art.

#FinesinBloom

April 10, 2018

Washington D.C.'s 2018 official cherry blossom artist, Maggie O'Neill encourages visitors to interact with the exhibit.

Washington Post: Style Guide

April 05, 2018

This month, Maggie O'Neill kicked off a campaign to get Washingtonians to cough up their parking tickets. (She’s even offering to pay off one lucky person’s parking tickets to get them.)

Inside the Artist Studio:

March 27, 2018

Maggie O’Neill’s studio is her mood board. It’s a shrine to her love for color and her new found appreciation for paper. To walk into her Shaw studio space is to step inside of her technicolor brain, it’s overwhelming in all the right ways.

Creative Empowerment

July 17, 2017

Two of Washington's female artists discuss their creative paths, gender obstacles and what the city needs to harbor success among young talent.

Lincoln

January 20, 2017

A design and artistic salute -- courtesy of local artist Maggie O'Neill -- to America's greatest president in a modern and smart setting.

The Change Artist

December 21, 2016

Maggie O'Neill must be one of the most entrepreneurial artists in America. While she possesses formal art school training, she figured out a long time ago that art can be both a lucrative and gorgeous commodity.

#SUPERFIERCE

October 10, 2016

DC Artist Maggie O'Neill Launches #SUPERFIERCE on October 19

Studio Savvy

December 10, 2015

Renowned DC Artist and Designer Maggie O'Neill is leaving her imprint on spaces all over the city.

Cover of the New York Times

July 04, 2014

President Obama visited 1776, a tech start-up hub in Washington on Thursday to talk about job growth and the economy.

Space Savior

July 20, 2013

With the opening of Teddy & The Bull Bar, artist Maggie O'Neill adds another restaurant to her creative empire.

Cents and Sensibilities

May 25, 2011

Lincoln restaurant designer Maggie O'Neill nabbed one million pennies for her thoughts.


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