Her three pieces of art, measuring 32 inches by 40 inches, are now hanging on a wall in the clinic’s conference room.
One painting has two hands forming a heart — the clinic’s symbol. One hand is light-skinned and one hand is dark-skinned, to represent the variety of patients the clinic serves.
The second painting is a tree surrounded by recurring circles, because there’s a variety of things going on at the clinic, O’Neil says.
The third painting is a landscape with trees — and hearts throughout the leaves — with a cozy cabin in the middle. It’s meant to replicate a giant mural of a tree elsewhere in the clinic, O’Neil says.