Belinda Wilson Australian, b. 1969

Belinda Wilson is a Melbourne based artist who has recently completed a Master of Fine Art (Research) at RMIT University, School of Art (2014-2018). Her practice led research explores the effect natural disasters and extreme weather conditions have on our well-being.  Belinda draws inspiration for her artworks from her own personal recollections of regional locations where she grew up and it’s unfortunate weather conditions.


Belinda left North East Victoria to pursue a career as an artist and educator but has recently gone back to complete the research for her Master’s degree which she attained in 2018.


She has exhibited widely throughout Australia, in an array of both regional and commercial galleries, including Brenda Colahan Fine Art, Muse gallery, Artistry and Victoria Gallery, as well as public art venues including the Qantas lounges across Australia. She has also exhibited internationally in places such as the Australian Embassy in Korea, in Costa Rica and New York City.


Belinda has been a finalist for a number of national awards including the Prometheus Visual Art Award, Toyota Community Spirit Gallery and the ANL Maritime Art Prize.