Belinda Fox

Born in Melborune, 1975 and lives in Singapore

Belinda Fox is a lyrical, abstract artist who explores the precarious balance in contemporary life between hope and doubt. Her paintings and works on paper reveal her search for balance and harmony in our contemporary world. Reflecting on and responding to the continual presence of conflict in our lives, Belinda’s work offers a breathing space to meditate on the beauty that surrounds us.
Drawing from memory and recent experience, Belinda utilises the expressive and unpredictable effects of her medium to create richly diverse surfaces, with the drips and washes of her paints adding to the transient nature of her subject matter. Layers of decorative abstraction and motifs such as lotus and magnolia flowers, human figures and animals seemingly dissolve and reappear. Her delicately rendered and layered works are imbued with quietness and seductive beauty, enticing the viewer to pause and reflect on Belinda’s offering for a better world. While mostly serene in effect, her recent works continue to harbour an underlying sense of endangered, fragile beauty.

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