Eye-tracking glasses play a role in O’Neal’s real-time paintings.
O’Neal’s chickens live in a domed coop of his design.
O’Neal in his studio with Any Available Associate
"I suppose you could say I'm a polite person without boundaries"—JIMMY O’Neal
A cart holds sections of rubber frames, which he makes for his paintings.
The installation of Seven Waters, a work made of resin, which resembles the streams around Spartanburg, South Carolina
the Saluda Flash carried a mirrored painting down the French Broad River as the reflections on its surface were filmed. The boat, video, and painting were part of an exhibit at Brandeis University in 2003.
visitors to Hanesbrands Theatre in Winston-Salem find themselves reflected in O’Neal’s cymatic mural.
The hot air balloon basket in his studio was a birthday present, which he will incorporate into an installation.
O’Neal created a polycarbonate dome for The O.V. Project at Little Italy Peninsula Arts Center near Charlotte. Inside, night vision goggles allowed a viewer to observe animals in the dark, but that was just one facet of the interactive experience, which “in the end, all happens in your mind,” O’Neal says.