Elaine O’Neil In The News
The Chapel Hill Magazine
Art & Healing
Elaine O’Neil makes a video appearance describing the art work she has displayed at Family House.
The Healing Power of Art, given and received, is on display at Family House.
Video produced by Ryan Comfort for UNC Health Care
Story by Kathy Yasui-Der, SECU Family House staff
Read the entire story at SECU Family House
The Herald Sun:
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Our State Magazine Online:
Elaine O’Neil’s Textile Art
The Herald Sun:
Chapel Hill Artist Soaring Success
The News of Orange County:
Hillsborough textile artist, Chapel Hill writer team up for ‘Road Trip’
It’s Local: Elaine O’Neil Artist
One of the things that has given me the most joy in moving to a totally new environment is the ability to make new friends. More than the ability there is also, for me, the need to do this, as I find myself wanting to share the things that interest and motivate me. Of course I have made so many new friends on line through this blog, but the community in which I live, here in North Carolina, has become more important than I could have imagined. Read more here >
Artist Stitches Places into Collages
A sense of place is key to the collages Elaine O’Neil constructs with fabric and thread. That means images of her hometown of Chapel Hill appear frequently in her work, including spots such as Franklin Street, Southern Village and, of course, the University of North Carolina. Tar Heels, especially, have long relished her quirky depictions of the Old Well, UNC Finley Golf Course, graduation day and basketball games. But Carolina blue isn’t the only shade in O’Neil’s palette. Read more here >
Elaine O’Neil’s Gallery on Display at UNC Cancer Hospital
Chapel Hill resident Elaine O’Neil didn’t know her textile career would take her from crafting curtains and tents to giraffes and barbeque huts. “I thought I would be designing fabrics,” said O’Neil, who once expected she’d use her textile design degree in a career in New York. “Things happen in life with getting married and having children.” Read more here.
Award-winning Chapel Hill textile collage artist, Elaine O’Neil, has announced that she will sell limited edition 2014 “Luv This Place” calendars to benefit the N.C. Cancer Hospital. Read more here.