Walter O'Neill, ceramics and fresco artist
Ceramics is now my primary studio activity.  For me, the express quality of ceramics comes from directly working in clay,  drawing in three-dimensions with the clay.   Each stage of the process from forming the wet clay to glazing offers creative challenges.

** Two ceramic sculptures are on exhibit at ArtGallery21 in Wilton Manors, opening reception Saturday, October 16, 6- 8pm  artgallery21.0rg

*** an installation of relief sculpture is on exhibit at Artserve in Fort Lauderdale, until Tuesday, October 19, 2021

For many years I was a painter primarily working in true fresco creating wall-hung frescoes as well as commissioned murals. Fresco, like clay, uses natural earth materials of lime, sand and earth pigments.  I taught at Skowhegan for a decade and conducted fresco workshops at colleges throughout the country.

 An image of one of my frescoes is featured in the art appreciation college textbook "Gateways to Art"  Published by Thames & Hudson. (fall 2018)




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Wonderful to see your beautiful paintings.
-- Joy Mancini, 1/6/13

fresco painting and oil painting, Walter O'Neill

 Walter ONeillDeerfield Beach, FL302-299-2066