Spinello project hosts Reginald O’Neal‘s solo exhibition: “They Dreamt of Us”. The art exhibition features a suite of new works from an ongoing series representing portraits and still-lives that reflect the artist’s distinct perspective of life.
O’Neal‘s art practice is influenced by the late Impressionist painter Joaquin Sorolla, who paints intimate portraits of his family and community, objects, and related spaces. These paintings represent specific scenes that express a deep affection of reverence and devotion for everyday people, places, and things.
The artist portrays his subjects in their purest form, adding details that help the viewer give context and description to the person painted.
Each painting has its own visual identity and, at the same time, creates a connection with the entire body of artwork through its ability to recreate the beauty of the past, present, and future. O’Neil tries to convey a positive outlook on life through painting