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Robyn O'Neil

Robyn O'Neil


1977 Born in Omaha, NE
1997 Kings College, London, England
2000 B.F.A. Texas A&M University, Commerce, TX
2000-2001 University of Illinois, Chicago, IL


O'Neil received a BFA from Texas A&M University-Commerce, TX and did graduate work at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She also studied at King's College London. O'Neil's narrative drawings most often contain a cult-like group of characters. They are all men dressed in black sweat suits doing things ranging from murdering to embracing. Investigating the human condition and emotionalism, O'Neil's works are sometimes terrifying and other times hopeful.

O'Neil shows at Dunn and Brown Contemporary in Dallas, Tony Wight Gallery in Chicago and Praz-Delavallade in Paris and Berlin. Her work was included in the Whitney Museum of American Art's 2004 Whitney Biennial, an exhibition celebrating Henry Darger's influence on contemporary art entitled Dargerism at the American Folk Art Museum, and she has been included in exhibitions in cities such as San Francisco, Philadelphia, Paris, Amsterdam, New York, and Portland.

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Father by Robyn O'Neil Mother by Robyn O'Neil Son by Robyn O'Neil

Father

2009
lithograph
15.375 " x 22.5"
edition size: 20
$700

Mother

2009
lithograph
30.375" x 22.5"
edition size: 20
$850

Son

2009
lithograph
30.375" x 22.5"
edition size: 20
$800