painting chetola

Sponsored by: cheap joes

 

Saturdays, July 12 - November 1, 2014

 

If you've ever visited Chetola Resort, you know that the beautiful grounds are a source of creative inspiration. Now you can take home a permanent piece of Chetola by creating your own watercolor "masterpiece" through the instruction of artist-in-residence Brenda Councill.

 

Package Includes

 

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  • Discounts on accommodations in Chetola Lodge, the Bob Timberlake Inn and Condominiums
  • Two-hour Indoor Watercolor Workshop led by Artist-in-Residence Brenda Councill:
    9am-11am - Beginners
    2pm-4pm - Intermediates
  • In-Class Refreshments

Class Details

  • Led by Artist-in-Residence Brenda Councill (see artist bio below)
  • Participants will paint scenes of Chetola
  • paintingFor ages 15 and older only
  • Class is 2 hours
  • Max. class size: 30
  • Every Saturday June 7-Nov. 1
  • Lessons include:  Color theory, light and shadow effects, creating depth and dimension, and composition.
  • All supplies are included (participants can bring a smock)
  • Participants will complete one painting (worthy of framing)
  • Interpretive styles will be taught including realism, impressionism and abstract

Pricing

CLASS ONLY: $59 per person

 

With accommodations:

July - Aug. 17 and October 2014

2-night weekend stay with class starting at $309 per person (based on double occupancy)

 

Aug. 22-31, Sept. 1-30, and Nov. 1, 2014

2-night weekend stay with class starting at $231 per person (based on double occupancy)

About the Artist

brendaInternationally renowned artist , Brenda Councill's career spans 35 years with large scale projects that span the globe. Recognized as a master muralist and fine artist, she recently completed the largest contemporary painted dome in the southeast. This North Carolina landmark appears at the Research Campus in Kannapolis. Visit nearby Appalachian State University and view 2 massive murals sponsored by The Belk Group and dedicated to the College of Education Building and The Belk Library.  Hickory Museum of Art sponsored a retrospective in 2012 of her regional work in the state of North Carolina. Martha Stewart exclaimed, " Brenda Councill is Michelle-angelo!" after climbing 100 feet of scaffolding to meet the artist at work.  Her popularity among collectors and the public's interest has been the focus of a PBS/UNC-TV segment on the artist. FOX, CBS and NBC have all run footage on Councill's painted ceilings and other public work projects.  She likes to break from her large scale work and teach watercolor workshops on select cruise ships and resorts. Brenda was born in Wilmington, NC but grew up in Jacksonville, Florida. Her career was launched in 1963, at the age of 7, with her debut exhibition of paintings at the Jacksonville Museum of Arts and Sciences.  Early recognition of her talent motivated the creation of design projects that attracted the national media including an appearance on NBC's TODAY SHOW.  In 1987, she opened a second studio in New York and began an impressive list of solo and group exhibitions. Sponsors include The Smithsonian Institution, The Susan and Stephen Geller Foundation, The Advertising Club of New York Foundation and The National Arts Club, Shurtape Technologies, LLC.. Corporate collections include DuPont, AT&T, Credit Suisse, British Airways, Jones Apparel Group, The Canadian Imperial Bank, Suntrust and 1st United Bank, Gate Petroleum.  To read more: www.councill.net

Art supplies courtesy of Cheap Joe's Art Stuff   

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