Simply stated, Belinda Williams is an energetic watercolorist who, over the last twenty-five years, has captured the truth of the Australian outback and its people with raw honesty and realism.
Her first exhibition was in the town of Orange, NSW, in 1993 and she has exhibited steadily since. Belinda has been in love with the Australian bush and it universal appeal since her youth. In August 2017 she spent four weeks in Gove, FNQ and made wonderful connections with the land and its people. Her natural progression from her home in Moree to colourful Sydney is reflected in her work and her successes.
Recently relocating to Cairns, Belinda finds herself in a hotbed of artistic talent, and now , more than ever before, she has her eye on commercial viability.
Her work continues to reflect her youthful outlook, currently focussed on coastal and rural images.
Belinda is a beautiful mix of authentic artist and sincere business woman, with a wonderful earthy exuberance which she brings to each of her assignments.
Right now she is preparing to commence “speed painting” as the Resident Artist at the Royal Easter Show in Sydney representing Derivan Matisse. Then she will pack up her easel and continue on to Beef Week in Rockhampton to exhibit a selection of meat-cut original artworks.
All of this whilst working on project close to her heart, supporting anti-bullying awareness and also submitting various commercial tenders to large commercial ventures in Cairns.