Belinda Street - Kosciuszko and the Monaro Plain

 

Belinda has made in excess of 80 works of the Kosciuszko and Monaro area over the last decade, inspired by an infinitely changing landscape with distinct seasons, both shifting and unstable. The Kosciuszko landscape possessing a sense of awe, a landscape of scattered rocks, sharp crags and alpine loneliness. The Monaro Plain in contrast is beautiful in it’s far horizons, swaying grasslands and rounded granite boulders. An endless supply of sublime visual inspiration.

Dungog Contemporary is currently showing ten carefully curated works from this beautiful gestural series of paintings, there are smaller studies through to a large major work. The uniquely Australian alpine palette and vigour of the works transporting the viewer into the landscape bringing an essence of place.

Belinda Street BFA(hons):

Street was twice winner of the Mosman Youth Art Prize. Being awarded a full scholarship to the prestigious Julian Ashton Art School, she went on to attain a degree in Visual Arts at Newcastle University, with Honours at The College of Fine Arts. Belinda's work is held in private collections both in Australia and overseas.

Finalist 2016 Fleurieu Food & Wine Art Prize

Finalist 2015 Muswellbrook Art Prize

Finalist 2015 Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize

Finalist 2015 Calleen Art Prize

Finalist 2015 Gosford Art prize

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