Brenda Stone

Brenda Stone is an emerging contemporary artist in the heart of Townsville – designing and creating custom pieces for corporate and residential spaces. Her explosive and electric artwork has brought new life and light to an incredible range of settings. From the hotel rooms of Mariners North Peninsular to local schools; from the recently refurbished ‘A Touch of Salt’ restaurant to more intimate spaces of residential dining, living and bedrooms. Whether working alone or in collaboration with interior designers, Brenda’s unique artwork is the remarkable combination of space, design and desire – meeting the needs of her clients in the creation of custom artworks for specific purposes and contexts. The last ten years has seen the young artist complete over a hundred original pieces, specialising in commissioned abstract art. Graduating from a Bachelor of Visual Arts at James Cook University 2007 in her home town, Brenda has continued to pursue her profession and passion within The Drill Hall Studio Gallery as a resident artist. 

This year saw Brenda expand into the newly built Martin Locke Display Home at Harris Crossing, where Brenda curated and painted original artwork for each space within the home. Her work now also showcases in several local businesses within Townsville, drawing together the elements and colours of each business within the paintings. 

Brenda's artwork can be seen in person at a variety of locations around Townsville, including The Drill Hall Studio, Martin Locke Display Home at Harris Crossing, A Touch of Salt and Mackey Wales Law