Inspiring Visions in Glass - Artist Calley O'Neill teams with stained glass artisan Lamar Yoakum
Artist, muralist, environmentalist, yoga teacher and stained glass designer, Calley O'Neill
"Pretty much everybody loves stained glass and everybody thinks they can't have it," said Calley O"Neill.  "There are different levels, and it can be quite affordable."
You don't just paint taro plants or just anyone.  You go to a taro farm, talk with the real life taro farmers, paint what is real.
Artist Calley O'Neill positions butterflies painted for a mural that is for the Malama Pono Building in Waimea.  O'Neill and artist Lamar Yoakum created the multi-dimensional art piece.  The work goes along with the butterfly stained glass pieces already at the building.
International Day of Peace Celebration of Tutu's House
Calley O'Neill Resident Artist - Planet Earth
Hawaii Island Journal features Calley O'Neill's study of native Hawaiian butterflies. and more!
KeOla Magazine features Artist Calley O'Neill's fabulous stained glass windows, mosaic murals throughout the Big Island community.
The Big Island's Calley O'Neill is a highly respected public artist, mural painter, yoga/meditation teacher and pioneer in ecological landscape and community design.
Rama was in a major wildlife art competition -- and he's wildlife!
In this day, given the massive changes of the earth, art has to be more transformational.  This is not the time for 'art for art's sake.'  Instead of art for art's sake, we need art for the earth or art in the service of science, in the service of life on earth.  The Renaissance was like that.  Let's wake up to a more lofty and deeper aspect of ourselves.
North Hawaii News features Calley and Rama as a dynamic duo.
1987
Waimea artist Calley O'Neill was commissioned to find a name for the building, as ell as create artwork that would support the work going on inside; the Big Island Substance Abuse Council, Healing Pathways and Haloa Spa.  She chose Malama Pono, malama meaning "to care for' and pono meaning 'goodness or righteousness.'  The term malama pono is often said to another as an everyday blessing meaning to take care of yourself, your body, your life.
Calley O'Neill, The Big Island's Artist in Residence
Calley O'Neill is one of the lucky ones whose work is also her passion.  She has painted murals throughout the Hawaiian Islands and is currently finishing oversized scenes for the Annunciation Catholic Church in Waimea.
Ka'u Landing features Leah, the little girl now turned Airline Stewardess
Ka'u Landing cover
Visionary Design    Public Art, Painting  &  Murals 
Studio on the Big Island of Hawai'i
Click here for more media - 
Central Oahu Islander, April 16, 20-14, page 6, by Carol Chang KIPAPA OHANA WELCOMES SYMBOLIC STAINED GLASS MURAL  Kipapa Elementary School is following the path of light, literally, since dedicating its long-awaited stained-glass mural last month.  The handsome project now covers an entire wall of one of Oahu’s oldest elementary schools.    Big Island artist Calley O’Neill recently completed her first State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, Art in Public Places mural at Kipapa Elementary School on Oahu. KIPAPA AND THE PATH OF LIGHT is Hawai’i’s first stained glass mosaic mural.  Calley designed the landmark mural with her Kipapa Art Advisory Committee to reflect the heart of the school’s aloha and ohana.  The masterful mosaic has over 3,000 pieces of handmade Tiffany cut stained glass.  Over two weeks, with intensive focus, one hundred and fifteen fourth grade students and over fifty adults from Kipapa School and the community created 50 square feet of smalti for a spectacular illuminated manuscript border.
Although Calley O'Neill's visual art stays in place on canvas, cement and stained glass, her work as a healer is a dynamic force she uses to bring health and beauty out of all people, herself included.
Ka'u Landing cover
North Hawaii News, May 27, 2014, Front cover and center fold feature story:  CALLEY’S CALLING, FROM WHIMSICAL KEIKI CREATIONS TO MASTERFUL COMISSIONED PIECES, ACCOMPLISHED BIG ISLAND ARTIST CALLEY O’NEILL EXPRESSES ALOHA IN EACH PROJECT.  COVER STORY: CALLEY O’NEILL: ART FOR EVERYBODY by Catherine Tarleton, Special to North Hawaii News  Calley O’Neill loves public art, because it’s for everybody.  A prolific muralist, stained glass artist and teacher, O’Neill is well known for her paintings and murals around Hawai’i.  On May 21, O’Neill received word that she won the SFCA Art in Public Places mural commission at Pukalani School.  O’Neill also works on The Rama Exhibition,    Big Island artist Calley O’Neill recently completed her first State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, Art in Public Places mural at Kipapa Elementary School on Oahu. KIPAPA AND THE PATH OF LIGHT is Hawai’i’s first stained glass mosaic mural.  Calley designed the landmark mural with her Kipapa Art Advisory Committee to reflect the heart of the school’s aloha and ohana.  The masterful mosaic has over 3,000 pieces of handmade Tiffany cut stained glass.  Over two weeks, with intensive focus, one hundred and fifteen fourth grade students and over fifty adults from Kipapa School and the community created 50 square feet of smalti for a spectacular illuminated manuscript border.