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.
Washington D.C.'s 2018 official cherry blossom artist, Maggie O'Neill encourages visitors to interact with the exhibit.
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.)
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.
Two of Washington's female artists discuss their creative paths, gender obstacles and what the city needs to harbor success among young talent.
A design and artistic salute -- courtesy of local artist Maggie O'Neill -- to America's greatest president in a modern and smart setting.