Belinda Fox is a multi-disciplinary artist, working in printmaking, painting, ceramics, and sculpture. Her evocative works masterfully distill elements of abstraction with detailed renderings to express alternative possibilities limited only by the imagination. Fox’s practice is largely informed by her nomadic existence via residencies in Darwin, Perth, Sydney and Tasmania and further afield in the USA, Greece, Thailand, Singapore and The Netherlands. Through these experiences, she aims to investigate fragility and imbalance in an increasingly unstable world.
Fox is represented in major public collections in Australia including the National Gallery of Victoria, the National Gallery of Australia and a host of regional art galleries (1).