Belinda Fox

Drawing from her virtuosic skills as a former Master Printer and informed by extensive travels, Belinda Fox creates meticulous works centred on the duality of human experience. Working in painting, ceramics, sculpture and printmaking, the artist reveals the precarious line that divides creation and destruction, hope and despair, beauty and decay. Responding to the strains of conflict endemic to contemporary human experience, Fox’s work offers the viewer a quiet moment of meditation on and revelation of the immeasurable beauty that surrounds us.
Belinda Fox has forged an international career showing in Australia, USA, Europe, Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea and Jakarta. She has received several notable awards including the Paul Guest Drawing Prize (2010), and Burnie Print Prize (2007) and been a finalist in the Swan Hill Print and Drawing Award (2018, 2006, 2004) and Fremantle Art Prize (2007, 2006, 2003). Fox has taken up many residencies including a sculpture project with Urban Arts Projects (UAP) in Shanghai, printmaking at C.A.P Studios, Thailand and Skopelos, Greece. Her work is also held in major collections including the Art Gallery of New South Wales, National Gallery of Victoria, National Gallery of Australia, Manly Art Gallery & Museum, Queensland University of Technology Art Museum, Artbank, Fremantle Arts Centre, Print Council Of Australia, Swan Hill Regional Gallery and Wollongong University. In 2016 a monograph of Fox’s practice was published by Goff editions, USA, titled ‘Back to the Start’.
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