Robyn O’Neil: on surviving a Hangover from “Hell,” and other harrowing tales, on The Conversation Podcast

The conversation: an art podcast, michael shaw

HELL
82″ x 172″
2009-2011
center panel: 82″ x 82″
left and right panels: 43″ x 82″

The conversation: an art podcast, michael shaw

HELL (detail)

The conversation: an art podcast, michael shaw

HELL (detail)

The conversation: an art podcast, michael shaw

HELL (detail)

the conversation: an art podcast, michael shaw

“Hell” in progress

the conversation: an art podcast, michael shaw

“Hell” in progress

the conversation: an art podcast, michael shaw

“Hell” in progress

The conversation: an art podcast, michael shaw

Masses and Masses Rove a Darkened Pool; Never Is There Laughter On This Ship of Fools.
79 3/4″x161 1/8″; 2007

The conversation: an art podcast, michael shaw

Masses and Masses Rove a Darkened Pool; Never Is There Laughter On This Ship of Fools (detail)

The conversation: an art podcast, michael shaw

Staring Into the Blankness, They Fell in Order to Begin
76 1/2″x144″; Mar-08

The conversation: an art podcast, michael shaw

These Final Hours Embrace at Last; This Is Our Ending, This Is Our Past
79″x162″; 2007

The conversation: an art podcast, michael shaw

These Final Hours Embrace at Last; This Is Our Ending, This Is Our Past (detail)

The conversation: an art podcast, michael shaw

early drawing of the ‘sweatsuit’ men

The conversation: an art podcast, michael shaw

early drawing of the ‘sweatsuit’ men

The conversation: an art podcast, michael shaw

early drawing of the ‘sweatsuit’ men

The conversation: an art podcast, michael shaw

early drawing of the ‘sweatsuit’ men

The conversation: an art podcast, michael shaw
studio shot, newer drawings, R. O’Neil, 2012

 

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4 Responses to Robyn O’Neil: on surviving a Hangover from “Hell,” and other harrowing tales, on The Conversation Podcast

  1. Geoff Tuck says:

    Hey Michael, I love this one! Robyn is great – I find that hearing a voice is so important and she has a rich and happy one. GET TWITTER LESSONS from her and then teach me. Cheers

  2. Kristin Calabrese says:

    Beautiful drawings – especially “Hell” – WOW! Great interview! I’d add her if she was on facebook (lol).

  3. Michael says:

    Yes, Geoff- am still on the learning curve w/Twitter, but will pass along any good tips. And anyone out there who wants to offer some tips of their own, feel free– thanks!

    And thanks for the comment Kristin!

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