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ARTISTS | Belinda Fox


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.




In this time like no other, Gallerysmith has brought together a curated selection of artists' experiences of 2020 with this online exhibition 2020 (REAR) VISION. This exhibition draws artists from both within and beyond Gallerysmith and aims to provide a snapshot, as a social history record of a most unusual and challenging time. It contains work which is reflective, responsive, reactive and importantly, honest.
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I AM WOMAN | A Group Exhibition for International Women’s Day 2021

On International Women's Day 2021 we acknowledge the achievements of girls and women around the world. We celebrate those who ...
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Sydney Contemporary presents 2020…

Gallerysmith is excited to present the works of Kate Ballis, Penny Byrne, Fiona Hiscock, Waldemar Kolbusz and Catherine Nelson in Sydney Contemporary presents 2020... Click for further details.
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Fragment(ed) | Belinda Fox

Belinda Fox's exhibition (developed during the height of a global health pandemic) explores the fragility of a fragment(ed) world. Her works responds to this time of uncertainty with delicate images of profound beauty.
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Pedestal | Belinda Fox

Belinda Fox's exhibition, Pedestal, considers the notion that ideas which can be held as a beacon of hope can sometimes be flawed. It explores the imperfection which lies in the seemingly perfect. These works focus on this idea of a ‘fall from grace’ or the dismay that follows our naivety...
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TILT, at Manly Gallery, NSW

Fellow Gallerysmith artists Neville French and Belinda Fox present Tilt a collaborative exhibition at Manly Art Gallery and Museum in…

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Adriane Strampp install shot for Denfair

DENFAIR 2017 | an art and design fair in Melbourne

DENFAIR is a boutique art and design fair held over three days in Melbourne. The fair presents a carefully curated selection…

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Belinda Fox

born 1975, Victoria, lives Melbourne


1999     University of Melbourne (Graduate Diploma)

1993     Victoria College of the Arts (Bachelor of Fine Arts – printmaking)

Selected Solo Exhibitions

Fragment(ed), Gallerysmith, Melbourne
Fault/Lines, San Francisco, USA

You need the light to cast a shadow, Arthouse Gallery, Australia

Introduce Yourself, Maybaum Gallery, San Francisco, USA
Pedestal, Gallerysmith, Melbourne

Tilt, Manly Museum and Art Gallery, Sydney
Tapestry, Arthouse Gallery, Sydney

Balancing the world, Chan Hampe Galleries, Singapore

Balancing the world, Sydney Contemporary Art fair, Sydney

Excavate, Korean International Art Fair (KIAF)
Excavate, Arthouse Gallery, Sydney

Hua Ping, The Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
Everything is Connected, Chan Hampe Galleries, Singapore
Back to the Start, Scott Livesey Galleries, Melbourne

The View from Here, Arthouse Gallery, Sydney

Deeper the Blue, Niagara Galleries, Melbourne
Slip, Arthouse Gallery, Sydney

Day to Day, Beaver Galleries, Canberra

Finding my way, Turner Galleries, Perth

Everything was Beautiful and Nothing Hurt, Melbourne Art Fair

Backwards-Forwards, Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle
Camouflage, Arthouse Gallery, Sydney

Selected Group Exhibitions

Fruhlings – An Australian Spring, Michael Reid Gallery, Berlin, Germany
The Paul Guest Collection, Bendigo Art Gallery, VIC Australia
Seattle Art Fair, U.S.A
Sydney Contemporary art fair (Gallerysmith/Arthouse), Carriageworks, Sydney
Miami Art Fair, Miami U.S.A
Op de vriendschap!, Gemeentemuseum, Den Haag, Netherlands
Size Matters – a question of scale, Chan Hori Gallery, Singapore
Sydney Contemporary Art Fair, NSW, Australia
 Seattle Art Fair, Seattle, U.S.A
Surprise: new acquisitions, The Janet Turner Print Museum, Chico, U.S.A
Australian Ambassadors Residence, Den Haag, Netherlands
Swan Hill Prints and Drawing Award, Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery, VIC
All We Can’t See- group exhibition, The Yellow House, NSW
Australasian painters, Orange Regional Gallery, NSW, Australia
2×5, Grafische Werkplaats, Den Haag, Netherlands
Hyper-botanical, Gallerysmith, Melbourne, Australia

Paul Guest Collection, Bendigo Art Gallery, VIC
Art Stages, Singapore Art Fair, Singapore

Common Ground, Chan Hampe Galleries, Singapore
The Piano Has Been Drinking (not me), Maitland Regional Gallery, NSW

Grounded, Australian High Commission, Singapore

Inspiring Artists, Pat Corrigan Artists Grants, Maitland Regional Gallery, NSW
Give and Take – collaboration with Neville French, Beaver Galleries, ACT

Recent Acquisitions, National Gallery Australia, ACT
Personal Space, contemporary Chinese and Australian Prints, NSW/China
WATTLE Australian contemporary art, Cat Street Gallery, HK

Can’t See the Woods for the Trees, Sculpture, Niagara Galleries, VIC

Niagara Presents, Niagara Galleries, VIC
Stories of our Making, Australian printmaking, Bristol, UK

Women, Art and Politics, Swan Hill Regional Gallery, VIC

Busan Print Festival, Korea (Australian Representative)
This is not a Print Show, Plimsoll Gallery, TAS (touring NSW, VIC)
Marks and Motifs, RMIT Storey Hall, VIC (touring nationally)


Paul Guest Drawing prize (winner)

Ex Libris Book Award, Artspace Mackay (acquired)

Prometheus Visual Art Award (acquired)
Burnie Print Prize, TAS (winner)

Conrad Jupiter Art Prize, Gold Coast QLD (acquired)
ABN AMRO emerging artist award (finalist 06)
Swan Hill Art Award, Swan Hill, Victoria (acquired 2006)

Fremantle Art Prize, WA (Highly Commended in 2003)

Silk Cut Award, Melbourne (winner 04)


Lianhe Zaoao, “Belinda Fox”, Chinese Daily Newspaper, 25/1/16

Cheah Ui-Hoon, “Delicate balance of painting and sculpture”, The Business Times Singapore, pg28, 4/12/15 Kempson, Bryan, Barkley, Naylor, Guest, “Back to the Start”, monograph, published by Goff Books 2015

Lucy Stranger, “PROFILE”, Artist Profile Magazine, Issue28, pg53-55, 2014

Brett Ballard “Belinda Fox Slip”, review, Ceramics Art and Perception, Vol22/12 pg112-114

Altair Roelants, “The Narrative of Place”, The Journal of Australian Ceramics, Vol50/3, pg20-25 2011

Glenn Barkley, ‘Deeper the Blue”, catalogue essay, September 2011

Dan Rule, “Deeper the Blue”, The Age, pg5 Life & Style, 17/9/11

Kate Bryan, WATTLE Australian Contemporary Art, catalogue, pg38, 2011

Glenn Barkley/Belinda Fox, ‘Process’, Artist Profile Magazine, Issue 14, Pg112-113, 2011

Sasha Grishin, “Art as mirror of the soul”, The Canberra Times, pg9, 21/9/10

Ric Spencer, “Journeys of discovery”, The West Australian, pg7, 14/12/07

Tom Middlemost, “Behind the Camouflage”, Imprint, Vol 42 n#4, 2007

Sasha Grishin, “Strong sense of identity” The Canberra Times, pg8, 4/4/07

Carol Archer, “Contemplative Offerings” Macau Closer, pg70-72, June 2007

Katherine McDonald “Contemporary Print Collecting” Art and Australia, Vol 40 n#2, 2002


National Gallery Victoria, National Gallery of Australia, Print Council Of Australia, Banyule City Council, VIC, Bendigo Art Gallery VIC, Burnie Art Gallery TAS, Wollongong University NSW, Fremantle Arts Centre WA, Artspace Mackay QLD, Swan Hill Regional Gallery VIC, Gladstone Regional Art Gallery QLD, Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery QLD, Warrnambool Art Gallery VIC, Mildura Arts Centre VIC, Queen Victoria Museum TAS, Parliament House Melbourne VIC, Gold Coast Art Gallery QLD, Charles Sturt University NSW, QUT Art Museum QLD, BHP Billiton Melbourne, ArtBank, NSW, AMP Tokyo, Tweed River Regional Gallery, NSW, Hamilton Regional Gallery, VIC



Tune in to the engaging podcast Talking with Painters by Maria Stoljar to hear Belinda Fox talk about her career…

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Belinda Fox in Watercolour Award

Splash – Contemporary Watercolour Award has been established to showcase Australian Artists who work with the watercolour medium. The $30,000…

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