Christine O’Neill is an artist who divides her home between Rock Hall, Md. and Treasure Cay, Abaco, Bahama. She has traveled extensively throughout the Caribbean, South America and the U.S. east coast on the family's 45' sailing catamaran,"Felix". Many of her paintings are inspired by the places she has visited.

Christine is a member of the Annapolis Watercolor Club and  has been exhibition director, a "Signature Member" of the Baltimore Watercolor Society,  an associate member of the National Watercolor Society, and a former member of the Pen Women of America. Current member of Treasure Cay Art League. And currently teaches at CHESAPEAKE FINE ART STUDIO in STEVENSONVILLE, MD.

In the early 90’s she was awarded a painting / traveling sabbatical for 14 months and painted her way through a 2nd masters degree. Having earned degrees in Fine Arts and Education from MICA (Md. Institute College of Art) and Towson University, she taught art for many years in public schools and also college. She teaches private and small group painting lessons to adults and children when time permits.. BFA, MED and 30 beyond.

Her works of art  are created in oils, acrylics and watercolors. Years of cruising the Caribbean as far as Venezuela and Columbia have greatly influenced her appreciation of all things related to the sea. 

"The effect of light and shadows and movement continues to be a driving force in all of my paintings as I travel, experiencing life around the Chesapeake Bay and the Bahamas."

K. Christine O’Neill

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Biography and New Silk Paintings
"Soaken Up Rays"
"Feel the Beat"
"Junkanoo Drummer"