Painter, Fiber Artist, Interactive Theatrical Storyteller. To contact please call 610-644-8088 or email

Monday, April 9, 2018

Birdies in the Trees Drawing by Artist Victoria O'Neill

When I was 16 I just picked up a pen one day and started to draw, and that was the beginning of my life as an artist. I just drew black and white drawings for many years, and then went into painting. I haven't done much drawing in the past 30 years or so!

I got a new drawing pad for a silkscreen workshop I took with my daughters a few weekends back, and now feeling like drawing again.

This drawing may be transferred to canvas and if so will make a very colorful painting.

Also available as a print! 
Click here to purchase. 

Saturday, March 24, 2018

Spring Necklaces at Fundraiser for Playground in the Park

Preparing a necklace craft for the 3rd Annual Egg Hunt At Uncle B’s tomorrow, March 25th. 

We are expecting around 200 kiddos to come out and enjoy the hunt, play some games etc.  

To make a necklace, simply color a bunny from my drawings that I reduced and printed en masse, or make your own drawing. Then cut it into a circle along the dotted lines, glue it onto a decorative paper circle, punch a hole in it, tie a piece of yarn in and Ta Da!  

Some of the proceeds from this event will go to fundraising for Playground in the Park, a joint  effort by the Kiwanis and Jaycees and the Borough of Phoenixville to replace the existing playground in Reeve's Park with an all abilities playground,  for EVERYONE to access and enjoy!

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Booking NOW for Spring and Summer 2018

It's a bit weird to be sitting here in cold weather sending out contracts for onsite spring and summer theatrical storytelling events. I love traveling around doing this especially when the weather is beautiful! 

What began as one show has grown into SIX! I have HUNDREDS of beautiful handmade costumes, props and puppets. This is my FIFTEENTH YEAR! 

Here are the flyers that are downloaded and people add their location, date and time in the blank area.


Sunday, December 24, 2017

Happy Holidays from ArtyPantz Productions 2017

It's been a fabulous year! 
As always enjoying traveling around and sharing on site 
ArtyPantz Productions 
100% Interactive Theatrical Storytelling Events 
and Mandala Design Workshops
with schools, camps, daycares, libraries etc.

It's been a busy bee time with Sew Bee Mine 
for the past few months, 
creating one of a kind wearable art aprons, 
fun scented bears, potholders and more. 
I have had a Sew Bee Mine booth 
at The Phoenixville Farmer's Market 
for the past decade, 
offering various wearable and functional art, 
using vintage embroideries, linens, quilts and other unique fabrics. 
My last market for 2017 will be on Saturday Dec 30th.

After that I will be at the winter markets every now and then,
but spending most of the winter painting acrylic paintings.
working a series with the theme of social action. 

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Busy Sewing for Sew Bee Mine

I am busy sewing for SEW BEE MINE events coming up, pretty much every Saturday till the end of December. 

 As far as ArtyPantz Storytelling Events are concerned, most are private (at schools etc) but there is one public performance coming up on Tuesday December 12 at Exton Mall Going on a Sleigh Ride! This is free, courtesy of KidCrew.

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Admiral Giddy-up and the Seahorse Brigade to the Rescue at Exton Mall Nov 14th 2017

It's always a pleasure to go to KidCrew in Exton Square Mall and share a fun morning with all the kids and parents that come out to play. We gather in the lower level near Boscovs. After the performance everyone makes a Swinging Tail Seahorse Puppet to take home!

Most of ArtyPantz Production Storytelling Events are private but this one is FREE and open to the public, compliments of Kid Crew.

Come on out on Tuesday Nov 14th
for Admiral Giddy-up and The Seahorse Brigade to the Rescue 
at 10:30. 
Click HERE for more info 

Friday, October 6, 2017


It was fun to participate in recent community event sponsored by Anns Heart in Phoenixville. Representatives of various non profit organizations came together for an evening of rock painting. 

We did this last week in the auditorium of the old Sacred Heart School building, which is where Ann's Heart is located. There were so many people there painting rocks! There was huge spread of food, plus beer and wine. Food, drinks and rocks all donated by local businesses. 

The idea was to paint the rocks and leave them there to dry. Once dried each organizations' website was put on the back.  The rocks were hidden around town this morning for people to find. 

I painted these rocks as a representative for the

If anyone finds one of these or one of many others out there, I hope they take a photo of it and put it on FaceBook. You can keep it or hide it again for someone else to find. Here is the website about it 

Thursday, October 5, 2017

ArtyPantz Productions at Community Day 2017

Come make a Phoenix Wands at Kiwanis Community Day 
on Saturday Oct 7th.
 I will be in the gazebo on 3rd.