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Brian O'Neill
B. 1969
Gold Dust
Acrylic on canvas
30 x 30 inches
Brian O'Neill

Rehs Contemporary Galleries, Inc., New York City
My Contemporary Landscape paintings are exactly that, a current and abstracted way to view the landscape and natural world. This painting was inspired by the Fleetwood Mac song Gold Dust Woman form their mega hit classic rock album, Rumours. The first time I ever heard Stevie Nicks’ voice and this song was in 1979 at 10 years old as my father was playing the album on the turntable. I was an instant fan and remember sitting in front of the speaker getting lost in the melody, the mystery and the magic.

I was excited about using this song as inspiration for an abstract painting since it gave me yet another way to interpret sound, color and structure. The song itself can be kind of dark and brooding and yet Nicks’ voice weaves in and out of a combination of lullaby and incantation. The painting represents both light and dark, magic and the unknown. Even where colors begin to become deep the gold metal leaf fractures and spreads light into a sea of air and space much like brooding and classic song it represents.

Inspired by: "Gold Dust Woman" by Fleetwood Mac

Brian O’Neill’s work has been showcased in galleries across The U.S, Canada, Japan and England. O’Neill is a graduate of The Ani Art Academy apprenticeship program where he studied under the guidance of acclaimed realism painter Anthony Waichulis. Brian has also found success in both realism and abstract painting with his dynamic and expressive Organic Abstraction work that connects the living subject matter of his still life and figurative paintings and expresses them is a bold and innovative manner.


Brian is a sought-after instructor and teaches workshops and classes in his Rochester, NY studio in both representational and abstract work. His work has been included in three museum shows in the past four years with a Jurors Choice Award at the prestigious Naples Museum of Art for the Blossom 2: Art of Flowers Premier Exhibition, inclusion in the two year traveling museum exhibition of Blossom, The American Still Life exhibition at the Shreveport Museum of Art and most recently, The 74th Annual Regional Exhibition at The Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY.

O’Neill has garnered numerous international awards and feature articles in many of today’s top art publications such as, The Artist’s Magazine “An Artist’s Life” Sept. 2014, The Pastel Journal Magazine, Top 100 Competition 2nd Place Still Life/Floral and was featured in the magazines coverage of the competition with a full page article and image of the winning painting (April 2011 issue), O’Neill also received an Honorable Mention in the same competition, Artists Magazine Annual Art Competition Honorable Mention, The ARC Art Renewal Center’s Annual Salon Competition, The Artists Magazine On-Line All Media Competition Honorable Mention and a Finalist Award in The Art Kudos International Competition.


“My responsibility as an artist is one that asks me to create not because I want to but because I have to, I am driven to make work that is at the highest level possible and depict beauty as I feel it to be and describe that in a language that can be read by all people who view my work even if we have never met in person” –Brian O’Neill

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Brian O'Neill
B. 1969
Gold Dust
Acrylic on canvas
30 x 30 inches