Monday, August 9, 2021

Fall/Winter 2021 Artist Victoria O'Neill

This winter and fall I am concentrating primarily on sewing 


Sew Bee Mine In Person Schedule 2021

A Whole Lotta Lulu October 23rd
Wearable Art Aprons, Tunics, collages

Birchrun Arts Detour at Frog Hollow Nov 13 & 14

Wearable Art, Frogs, Aprons, Shrines and Fiber Art

details to follow

Exhibiting (by invitation only) at 

Wearable Art Tunics and Fiber Art 
NOV 10 through JAN 7, 2022

EXHIBIT RECEPTION  NOV 12  5:00 pm - 8:30 pm

            BOURBON & BUBBLES  DEC 2  5:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Here are photos of the backs of some beginnings of some of the one of a kind tunics that are in the works right now.

8.5" x 11" Collage Art below printed on fabric, then quilted and embellished with beads, sequins and decorative stitching.

December Trunk Show 

Spectacular One of a Kind Wearable Art Tunics

location, time and date to be announced.

Sunday, July 25, 2021

"Cowgirl" Fiber Art Fabric and Cardboard 25" high

Finished my piece from Layered Fabric Art 
with artist Vicki Assegued. 

"Cowgirl" Fabric and cardboard 25" high.


Thursday, July 22, 2021

Layered Fiber Art Class with Vicki Assegued Day 3

Today was the third in a series of four classes. I was only able to watch the 2nd class last week because I was not in my studio, but this is what happened once I was able to apply what was learned. 

The basic shape for the class was a rectangle with three panels hanging from the bottom. (see previous post) I really do not want to make what everyone else is making, just cannot help myself! So went way off course here. I did use just about all of what was done in the first class.

 It's likely that this will be finished soon and when it is, will post a picture.  I'm adding some embellishments!

Thursday, July 8, 2021

Layered Fiber Art Class with Vicki Assegued Day 1

Today was the first day of a fiber art workshop I'm taking online from Mendocino Art Center. It's with Artist Vicki Assegued and about making layered fabric wall hangings.

It's not real clear exactly where this is going, but here is where I am after the first of four 2 hour workshops. The next workshop is in a week. We shall see where it goes from here.

Saturday, June 19, 2021

Summertime Artist Victoria O'Neill

Frog Hollow Art Show was fantastic. It was hot, temperature wise, and heavy saleswise. Many pieces went home to happy new owners. Thank you to all who braved the heat and came out to support us.

I am soooo happily busy now, not just with my work but caring for our new grandbaby that I am head over heels in love with.

We will be having another Frog Hollow Art Show sometime in the fall/winter. I hope to have several new paintings then. Details/dates to follow.

What am I doing today? making a boppy pillow for Francine!with a little help from this tutorial

Saturday, May 8, 2021

Artist Victoria O'Neill at Frog Hollow Art Show June 5th and 6th

 I'll have paintings, one of a kind wearable art aprons, needlepoint totes, some shawls, a couple of coats, paper and fiber collage art, dolls, and shrines for Frog Hollow Art Show this year. Looking forward to seeing "old" friends and new friends. Due to my vaccination status....I AM HUGGABLE, if you are. Check out website for details.

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Little Shrines from Artist Victoria O'Neill

I recently got inspired to create some little wall shrines. This one measures 5 1/2" high by 2 1/2" at it's widest point. It's always fun to try something new! Getting ready right now to make another one. 

Click on Shrine page on top of blog to see more.

Thursday, April 1, 2021

Art for Ann's Heart from Diversity in Action and Artist Victoria O'Neill

 I was asked by Diversity in Action to design and paint both sides of a bathroom stall door on behalf of them for our local community center and Code Blue Shelter, Ann's Heart of Phoenixville. Both of these non profits are organizations that I am proud to support.

This was designed to be a mirror image when hung. It needs to be sealed with three coats of polyeurethene and then delivered. Ta Da!

Friday, March 26, 2021

Interfaith Golden Rule Coloring Books

The accordion Interfaith Golden Rule Coloring Book was created in 2009....a timeless effort to remind all of us to treat others the way we would like to be treated. They are printed on a 11" x 17" card stock, then hand cut and folded. They are 5.5" high and extent to 2 ft long.

Includes Golden Rule excerpts from Traditional African Religion, Christianity, Buddhism, Baha'i Faith, Islam, Judiasm, Confucianism, Hindu and Native American Wisdom. 

Color and display on a shelf.

Coloring Books are $10 each plus shipping and are packaged in a cellophane bag with a box of 10 colored pencils.  

email to order. 

Wednesday, February 10, 2021

Fiber Art by Artist Victoria O'Neill


This piece was created by printing a photo on fabric of a painting I did back in the 80's. I embellished it with beads, sequins and decorative stitching. I am making a series of these. So many images I have made over the years are perfect for this.  Each one is displayed in a floating frame, sandwiched together with two pieces of glass. Ta Da! 

Here is another one from a collage....same process! 

This one is sold
                                                             This one is sold

             Check out other ones at SewBeeMine Etsy Shop