Maggie O’Neill is an artist, designer, and creative entrepreneur based in Washington, D.C. Living and working in the neighborhood of Shaw, her work is inspired by local landscapes and cultural icons, her travels abroad, notable women, and fashion. In 2012, Maggie had the honor of personally delivering a portrait to President Obama, and in 2014 her “DC Uncle Sam” was featured on the front page of The New York Times. She is the co-founder of SWATCHROOM, a full-service design, art and fabrication studio. Through SWATCHROOM, she’s designed notable commercial spaces and private residencies throughout the Mid-Atlantic, including more than twenty restaurants and the offices for incubator 1776 in Washington, New York, and Dubai. She has also designed custom installation pieces for real estate developers, private commissions, and companies like Twitter and Microsoft. Maggie is a fine artist, best known for her iconic pop impressionistic paintings of iconic Washington, D.C., landmarks and people, like her “Pop Capitol” and “Flynn’s Jefferson Memorial.” She’s been the featured speaker for Creative Mornings DC, a two-time winner of the design category for DC Inno’s “50 on Fire,” named a “Woman of Influence” by Capitol File in 2015, and her art was featured on the cover of DC Magazine’s December 2016 issue, among other accolades. In addition to her work, Maggie is focused on giving back to her community and paying it forward. She is the founder of SUPERFIERCE, a national traveling art exhibit that highlights female artists, benefits local charities and mentors aspiring artists. Proceeds from her artwork have benefited organizations like Research Down Syndrome, Autism Speaks, Habitat for Humanity, DC Central Kitchen, and Project Soar. Additionally, Maggie is active in her local community as a board member of Shaw Main Streets, a commercial revitalization and historic preservation non-profit..
Size can be challenging to imagine in your space. Our first suggestion is to use a measuring tape and some painters tape to mark out what works best for the proposed area. You can view our sizing chart to help with sizing and fit questions.
Yes, there is a sizing chart at the bottom of each product page.
Our first suggestion is to use a measuring tape and some painters tape to mark out what works best for the proposed area. You can view our sizing chart to help with sizing and fit questions.
Please use the tracking number link found in your shipment confirmation email to track orders.
Yes, as it is nearly impossible to standardize, we are not responsible for import duties/fees on orders shipped internationally. Taxes and duties are to be collected upon delivery. These charges are determined by each individual country.
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For those interested in something more unique, Maggie can create a custom painting of your own. She would love to bring your vision to life! To get started on your commission please visit our commission page for more details.
A print is a reproduction of an original piece of artwork Maggie has previously made. Original paintings are scanned at a very high resolution, verified and color corrected to create replicas of the original image. We offer an open series of prints in both paper and canvas format.
Yes, please email email@example.com with all pertinent information, i.e. organization, date, time, etc.
Only in her studio! If you are looking for a live painter, we are happy to refer you to an artist that is right for your event.
Yes, every year Maggie donates 3 canvas and 10 paper prints to charitable organizations. Many of her prints already donate 20% of proceeds to several organizations.
The studio is located at 1525 9th St. NW DC and open from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm on weekdays but we recommend making an appointment via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The studio is open on the weekends by appointment only.
Maggie retains the copyright to all artwork on this site, even if you purchase a print or an original. It is illegal to use images of this art for commercial purposes or monetary gain so please just don’t do it. Please DO feel free to blog about it, Pin or Instagram photos of Maggie's art and give credit to Maggie O’Neill by either using the website URL maggieo.com or @maggieoneilfineart when doing so. It's good karma all around.