Belinda Wilson

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Change is Something You Can Count On
oil on canvas
90 x 120 cm
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Landscape Blueprint
Ink, gouche and pastel on paper
67 x 67 cm
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Nothing Stays The Same
oil on linen
90 x 120 cm
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A Sense of Belonging
Ink, gouche and pastel on paper
67 x 67 cm
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A Shifting Moment
Ink, gouche and pastel on paper
67 x 67 cm
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After Extreme Weather
oil on linen
125 x 155 cm
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Relocation
oil on canvas
125 x 155 cm
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The Weatherman
Pastel on paper
80 x 60 cm
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Weathered Man
Pastel on paper
60 x 90 cm
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In A Faraway Land
oil on canvas
90 x 120 cm
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Belinda Wilson Biography

Melbourne based visual artist Belinda Wilson, recently completed a Master of Fine Art ­­­by Research at RMIT University (2014-2018) wherein she deliberates the widespread effects that weather has on inhabitants in regional areas within Australia. In recent times, the issues surrounding extreme weather conditions have come into stronger focus, as many regional communities are being battered by the devastating impacts of challenging and often extreme weather conditions.

 

Belinda’s art practice of painting, drawing and digital imagery spans almost thirty years, with exhibitions throughout Australia in both regional and commercial galleries including Artistry and Victoria Galleries, Wangaratta Regional Gallery and the Toowoomba Regional Gallery in Queensland. On an international scale, Belinda has exhibited at the Australian Embassy in Korea, in Costa Rica and New York City. She has been a finalist for a number of national awards including National Works on Paper at the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Prometheus Visual Art Award, Toyota Community Spirit Gallery and the ANL Maritime Art Prize.

 

Plotted landscapes of cobalt and Prussian blues, crimson and violet rest beneath intertwined scenery where we find ghostly figures considered and contemplating in a state of immobilized stillness.  These are emotional moments yet not to be taken at face value. Belinda portrays the landscape as both harsh and mellow, an area barren and fertile. The artistic approach is expressed through painterly layers of color and texture accompanied by precise linework.

Belinda Wilson Resumé

Education

2014-2018              Master of Fine Art (Research), RMIT University

1995                       Graduate Diploma of Musuem Studies, James Cook University

1992                       Graduate Diploma of Art Education, University of Melbourne

1988-1990              Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art), Monash University

 

Selected Exhibitions

2019       ‘Silent Echo’, Manyung Gallery Sorrento

                The Other Art Fair, Sydney

2018       RMIT University solo exhibition

                20/20 Vision, 20 Years 20 Women, Brenda Colahan Fine Art

2017       ‘The Ghosts of Mr. Wilson’, Anita Traynor Fine Arts

2016       Artists on the Move, Anita Traynor and Kinross Arts Centre

2015       The Muse Gallery, Milawa and Beechworth

2014       RMIT University School of Art, Print Exchange

2010       Agora Gallery, New York

2007       Victoria Gallery, Melbourne

2006       Victoria Gallery solo exhibition

2005       Artistry Galleries, Melbourne

2003       Sofitel Hotel, Melbourne

2002       Cellar Door Gallery, Mitchelton Winery

2000       II Min Museum, Korea

1999       Wangaratta Exhibitions Gallery

                Private viewing, Canberra

1998       The Australian Embassy, Korea

                The Vegabonds Café, Brisbane

1994       Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery

1993       No Vacancies Temporary Galleries, Melbourne

1992       Studio L, Wangaratta

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