Keep it Local: Farmer’s Market Artist
Every Saturday morning on the Fayetteville square, Northwest Arkansas comes to life on through the paintbrush of Paul O’Neil.
He’s got a small studio in Eureka Springs, but he’s made the biggest mark at the Fayetteville Farmers Market where he’s been selling his work for six years.
Paul knew he was on to something from the first day he set up shop.
“We had an absolutely perfect first day. It was great weather and we sold quite a few things which obviously made us quite pleased,” said Paul.
He’s got original paintings for sale, and more affordable prints that are suitable for framing.
From the historic Washington County Courthouse, to fraternity and sorority houses on campus, Paul has an eye for what people will buy.
Paul is a lifelong artist and he loves sharing his passion with kids.
You can find Paul every Saturday morning and some Thursday’s at the Fayetteville Farmers Market.
Just like the vegetables, his paintings and prints are a fresh and affordable way to Keep it Beautiful and Keep it Local.