Councill Fine Art Studio
The Life size clay is sculpted from Chavant oil based clay, my favorite brand!

My Bronze Sculpture of American Impressionist-Elliott Daingerfield (1859-1932)

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The 18 Pier Columns of the Tazewell Ave. Bridge ( Interstate 581) were covered with hand painted Mural Panels

City of Roanoke Virginia Mural Dedication- March 31, 2017

Interstate 581 at Tazewell Avenue

Interstate 581 at Tazewell Avenue was dedicated March 2017

This painting is the artists interpretation of the H.B Stowe orange crates being loaded for shipment via Riverboat to the North from her Mandarin Home

Harriet Beecher Stowe Home Orange Grove- circa 1880

– Oil on canvas panel
– image size   8″ x 10″    framed size  16″ x 18″

$850.     SOLD 

Harriet Beecher Stowe wintered in Florida and purchased thirty acres in Mandarin, Florida on the banks of the St. John’s River. She shipped oranges up north from her groves  with success.  She established the first “Freedmans Bureau” and  raised funds for the construction of the “Church of our Savior” complete with a Tiffany window.

For purchasing inquiries of other originals available please contact me.  (404) 210.0866 or the Mandarin Museum

This painting is the artists interpretation of the H.B Stowe orange crates being loaded for shipment via Riverboat to the North from her Mandarin Home

SOLD            This painting is the artist’s interpretation of the H.B Stowe orange crates being loaded for shipment via Riverboat to the North from her Mandarin Home

The old water trough is still visible along beautiful Mandarin Road.  Jacksonville Florida

The Historic Mandarin Road with Water Trough and Carriage- Circa 1880

– Oil on canvas panel
– image size   8″ x 10″    framed size  16″ x 18″

SOLD     

 

The old water trough is still visible along beautiful Mandarin Road. Jacksonville Florida

The old water trough is still visible along beautiful Mandarin Road. Jacksonville Florida

Harriet Beecher Stowe Winter home Mandarin Florida

Harriet Beecher Stowe Home, Mandarin Florida – circa 1870

– Oil on canvas panel
– image size   8″ x 10″    framed size  16″ x 18″

$700.      

Currently on View at The Mandarin Museum, Jacksonville Florida

Harriet Beecher Stowe wintered in Florida and purchased thirty acres in Mandarin, Florida on the banks of the St. John’s River. She shipped oranges up north from her groves  with success.  She established the first “Freedmans Bureau” and  raised funds for the construction of the “Church of our Savior” complete with a Tiffany window.

For purchasing inquiries please contact me.  (404) 210.0866 or the Mandarin Museum

Study of Harriet Beecher Stowe Home in Mandarin Florida

Study of Harriet Beecher Stowe Home in Mandarin Florida

Dedication at the Turchin Center for the Arts

Dedication of ” The Chinese Wedding ” MURAL PAINTING

Dedication at the Turchin Center for the Arts

Dedication at the Turchin Center for the Arts

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Color Rendering for the Interstate 81 Murals for the City Of Roanoke . WORK IN PROGRESS

NOW COMPLETED- City of Roanoke Virginia MURALS- dedicated March 2017

Color Rendering for the Interstate 81 Murals for the City Of Roanoke . WORK IN PROGRESS

Color Rendering for the Interstate 81 Murals for the City Of Roanoke . WORK IN PROGRESS

Mural panels for Bridge Pier Columns

Mural panels for Bridge Pier Columns

Downtown Concord, NC commissioned by the Cabarrus Health Alliance

Healthy Corner Store- Mural, A National Initative in NC

Healthy Eating Mural

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MPRI_MURAL2015_0161 11-01-15 Concord, NC. Blowing Rock Artist Brenda Councill (cq) completed the mural on the Center City Maxx Grocery at the corner of Spring Street and Cabarrus Avenue in Concord on Oct. 29. The Cabarrus Health Alliance hired Councill to paint the mural as part of the R.E.A.C.H. program which brings healthy foods to corner stores in Cabarrus county. © 2015 Marty Price Photography- Complete copyright release to Brenda Councill for her use. No Model Release No Property Release

Concord, NC. Artist Brenda Councill completed the mural on the Center City Maxx Grocery at the corner of Spring Street and Cabarrus Avenue in Concord on Oct. 29. The Cabarrus Health Alliance hired Councill to paint the mural as part of the R.E.A.C.H. program which brings healthy foods to corner stores in Cabarrus county. © 2015 Marty Price Photography- Complete copyright release to Brenda Councill

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Artist Brenda Councill completed the mural on the Center City Maxx Grocery at the corner of Spring Street and Cabarrus Avenue in Concord, NC. The Cabarrus Health Alliance hired Councill to paint the mural as part of the R.E.A.C.H. program which brings healthy foods to corner stores in Cabarrus county. © 2015 Marty Price Photography- Complete copyright release to Brenda Councill fo

Downtown Concord, North Carolina

Downtown Concord, North Carolina

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 Concord, NC. Brenda Councill completed the mural on the Center City Maxx Grocery at the corner of Spring Street and Cabarrus Avenue in Concord. The Cabarrus Health Alliance hired Councill to paint the mural as part of the R.E.A.C.H. program which brings healthy foods to corner stores in Cabarrus county. © 2015 Marty Price Photography- Complete copyright release to Brenda Councill

Concord, NC.- 2015- Brenda Councill completed the mural on the Center City Maxx Grocery at the corner of Spring Street and Cabarrus Avenue in Concord. The Cabarrus Health Alliance hired Councill to paint the mural as part of the R.E.A.C.H. program which brings healthy foods to corner stores in Cabarrus county. © 2015 Marty Price Photography- Complete copyright release to Brenda Councill

Left side Mural in Downtown Concord, NC 2015

Concord, NC. Blowing Rock Artist Brenda Councill completed the mural on the Center City Maxx Grocery at the corner of Spring Street and Cabarrus Avenue in Concord on Oct. 29. The Cabarrus Health Alliance hired Councill to paint the mural as part of the R.E.A.C.H. program which brings healthy foods to corner stores in Cabarrus county. © 2015 Marty Price Photography-Complete copyright release to Brenda Councill for her use.

Concord, NC. Blowing Rock Artist Brenda Councill completed the mural on the Center City Maxx Grocery at the corner of Spring Street and Cabarrus Avenue in Concord on Oct. 29. The Cabarrus Health Alliance hired Councill to paint the mural as part of the R.E.A.C.H. program which brings healthy foods to corner stores in Cabarrus county. © 2015 Marty Price Photography-Complete copyright release to Brenda Councill for her use.

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Ocean Reef Program

Ocean Reef members Irwin and Carole Grotnes Belk commissioned Councill to design a mural at The Academy. Over the next two weeks, her time will be divided between painting her original designs on two separate walls and working directly with the students on a project incorporating their ideas on a large canvas that will be displayed in the school.

Thanks to the Belks’ generous financial support, students will have an opportunity to work side-by-side with an artist who’s well-known in her field.

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Oakwood Elementary School – Artist-in-Residence for 2 weeks

The Parent Teacher Association (PTA) of Oakwood Elementary School commissioned internationally known artist,  Brenda Mauney Councill, to design and complete a large scale wall mural in the school.

The completed piece reflects the educational elements denoting the core curriculum and regional beauty with inspirations of fruit and vegetables. The mural is designed to stimulate the imagination.

“The work is an infusion of several different ideas—bright and stimulating for all ages,” said Councill. “I’ve incorporated fantasy with the influences of technology, history and the sciences. There are no boundaries—as I’ve also added an acorn growing in the mighty oak tree—symbolic of Oakwood,” she said.

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