Oneal Parbo incorporates either automatic painting or drawing that progressively develops into biomorphic shapes. Thereupon, he adopts elements of composition such as repetition and symmetry. This interplay between the lack of conscious effort from automatism and control through composing or altering the object is how these forms emerge. The contours depicted are non-representational, yet evoke a feeling of seclusion, paired with an unearthly quality in the subject matter. Fundamentally, this approach of refraining himself in providing any form of narrative allows him to concentrate on the compositional aspects of his work.

Oneal Parbo spent his formative childhood growing up in Singapore. He graduated from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 2018 and has since taken part in several shows including solo presentations Slow Burn and Voyages at Cuturi Gallery in 2022 and 2021 respectively.