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What if color is the answer? To gather data on this question, artist Maggie O’Neill explores the ways we can use color theory as a lens or methodology to help us overcome adversity and better understand our relationships. Through her own journey of self-discovery, Maggie shows us how she came to see others other through this lens, and found news ways to become more inspired – and less scared – of others. According to Maggie, by uncovering your true colors and living in the truth of your color you can begin to understand your super power as a human being, and discover a new way to see the world and handle adversity a little differently.
SPEAKER BIO: Maggie O’Neill is an artist, designer and creative entrepreneur based in Washington, DC. As a fine artist, Maggie is best known for her iconic pop impressionistic paintings of Washington, DC including landmarks and both the famous and familiar individuals who inspire and make history. hold for bio This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx