Pop Capital is a limited edition, high-end reproduction of an original painting by Maggie O'Neill. The painting is scanned in at 300 dpi and is created into giclée print which is signed and editioned by the artist.
This special eco-friendly edition, created exclusively for Lila Mae, are made from non-solvent based paint and either bamboo or recycled content canvas or paper. These fun, beautiful, environmentally conscious paintings liven up any room!
Words from the artist: "Having grown up near the district, the Capitol building was something I saw on a regular basis. Although I revist this subject often, this rendition is particularly special because it was created during a live event."
Available in either a 16" x 20" print or 22" x30" canvas, this vibrant take on the Nation's Capital is absolutely stunning and is certainly something folks from both sides of the aisle will agree on.
"I am an artist that thinks about composition and design, mood and atmosphere and color as much as I think about what I'm painting, says Maggie O'Neill.
Maggie is a Washington, D.C. based fine artist and owner of O'Neill Studios, one of the most sought after decorative and fine art studios in the city. Magie's paintings are inspired by her local Washington, DC iconic landscape, travels abroad, women, fashion and music. Her paintings hang in homes from DC to Delhi and have been featured in galleries, fashion shows, luxury department stores, and boutiques. Maggie's fine artwork is produced by first letting her materials unexpectedly create the mood: how color affects her subject matter is at the core of each painting."I can tell that one of my paintings is finished when I stand back and squint my eyes. if all the color work with, or even against, each other to keep my eyes searching for the next "great moment," then I know I'm done."
Our limited edition series of artist Maggie O'Neill's prints are expressive, joyful, hopeful, bright and layered with color and texture. The pieces are printed on 100% cotton or bamboo paper both of which are recyclable. The fine art paper is processed using no chlorine.
"Soft- proofing" is used wherever practical to color correct images which requires no paper. These fine art papers are selected to be resistant to light fading and will last from 70-220 years. Now that's pretty earth friendly!