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Belinda Peel

About Belinda Peel

Belinda’s work reflects her love of the Australian lifestyle. Her artworks often include kookaburras and other bird life, pet dogs and sports. Belinda visited a lot of art galleries from a young age with her father, where she was exposed to a variety of styles. Belinda has since selected elements that work for her to create her own unique aesthetic.


Belinda’s artistic style is bold, free, spontaneous and colourful. Belinda has explored many different art mediums, and currently favours water mixable oils and water colours, depending on the surface. Belinda is a long-standing member of the Brisbane Outsider Artists’ Studio at Access Arts.


Belinda has recently exhibited in a series of exhibitions curated by Access Arts at St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital including Time (2019), Dreams (2020) and Earth Footprint (2021). She has also exhibited in a series of exhibitions curated by Access Arts at KPMG including Celebrating Difference (2019) and Journey to the other side (2020). Other exhibition highlights include IGNITE: 7 at the Department of Communications and the Arts in Canberra and Paralym Art World Cup in Tokyo.

Belinda Peel's work is currently being exhibited at Brisbane Powerhouse as part of the Visitors exhibition.