Upcoming Exhibition

“Keep your feet on the ground and your thoughts at lofty heights”

Opening: Saturday 1 October 2022, 3-5pm

Exhibition Dates: 1 October – 16 October 2022

These new paintings centre around two alpine areas of Australia; Mount Kosciuszko NSW and Mount Wellington TAS. 
The alpine landscape is a recurring theme for Street. The artist is drawn not only to it’s sense of calm, beauty and awe, but also it’s lonliness and isolation- shifting and unstable. Through this landscape the artist pushes and pulls between representation and abstraction, using the pieces to explore her own personal desires, longing, loss, frustrations and guilt.  



222 Denison St, Broadmeadow NSW 2292


Oil on canvas
The Build Up

Exhibition June 2022

“The Build Up”

Opening Launch: Friday 17 June, 2022. 6pm – 8pm

Exhibition Dates: 17 June – 26 June, 2022


The Build Up is a group exhibition of the 2021/2022 mentorship program featuring 15 mentors and 16 mentees who have worked together through the year developing ideas and contributing to each other’s practice to foster personal and professional growth. This is the second year of the mentorship program and we are proud to present the exhibition being curated by Leah Poi with her mentor Courtney Novak.

I will be exhibiting a work alongside my mentee Jane Kerrigan.


Newcastle Art Space Gallery
91 Chinchen St, Islington NSW 2296, Australia


Currently Showing

New Kosciuszko Artworks are now in stock throughout winter 2022 at

JK Gallery, Thredbo


Clear Day, acrylic on canvas, 120x120cm
Monaro Rhythm 1, oil on canvas, 100x150cm

Exhibition February 2022

“Rhythms of the Monaro: The Kelton Plain Artist Residency”

Elisabeth Cummings, David Collins, Sally Stokes,
Leah Thiessen, Belinda Street

5 February to 1 March, 2022

Wagner Contemporary
2 Hampden Street, Paddington NSW

The Haslingden Family established the Kelton Plain Artist Residency in 2012. Since then many artists have stayed at the family home in the beautiful 1890’s homestead and have enjoyed painting en plein air in the surrounding farmland amidst the inspiring landscape of the Monaro. On the traditional land of the Ngarigo People, ‘Monaro’ literally means high plateau or high plain. The property still operates as a commercial cattle and sheep farm and spans over 3500 acres.

The life of the artist is typically one of solitude, so there is something special when artists come together on an art residency. The talk, the sharing, the eating. The experience of place, the light, sun, rain, and changing temperatures. Being together, but working apart. A time out of time. Connection – to each other, to the landscape.

Artists David Collins, Elisabeth Cummings, Sally Stokes, Belinda Street and Leah Thiessen were invited to spend a week at the Kelton Plain Property in May 2021.

The artists venture into the landscape each day to make sense of its vast grassy plains, granite rocks, twisted eucalypts and vast skies, all under the shadow of ‘The Snowies’. To sit in the landscape, be in the moment, alert and attentive. What speaks to each artist is different and through their individual creative processes they attempt to merge the physical with the emotional. As each day unfolds they take on this harsh yet beautiful environment using pencil, charcoal, pen, and paint, striving to capture the essence of the Monaro Plain.

“Rhythms of the Monaro” is the result of each artists time spent at the residency and the memories interpreted back in their respective studios. En plein air studies and studio developed paintings, this exhibition reveals the artists individual visions and memories of this beautiful, rugged, wind swept plain.

Finalist – Calleen Art Award

“Calleen Art Award 2021”


Cowra Regional Art Gallery

This polyptych was created after a trip to Central Australia. I was fascinated by the birdlife and was inspired to create a series of all the parrots found in the area in which I travelled – from top left: Major Mitchells Cockatoo, Budgerigar, Princess Parrot, Night Parrot, Cockatiel, Little Corella, Mulga Parrot, Bourkes Parrot, Australian Ringneck, Black Cockatoo, Galah, and Scarlet Chested Parrot.

acrylic on board
Yellow Box Gully, oil on canvas, 100x150cm - SOLD

WINNER of the Paddington Art Prize 2019

Menzies Art Brands

12 Todman Ave, Kensington NSW 2033

Opens: Thursday 17 October, 6-8pm

Recent exhibition

“Reimagining the Canon”

23 October to 17 November, 2019

Opening and drinks with the artists: 4-6pm Saturday 26 October

A gender inspired lens frames this inaugural exhibition that celebrates women artists’ contribution to art and exhibition practices. Curated by Dr Annemarie Murland, the exhibition represents mid-career and established artists from major and regional cities around Australia, England, Ireland, and Scotland.

University of Newcastle Gallery
Callaghan NSW 2308



Reimagining the Canon

Finalist in the Gosford Art Prize 2018

Belinda’s artwork “Pagoda View” has been selected as a finalist in the 2018 Gosford Regional Art Prize.

On display at The Gosford Regional Art Gallery until 18 November, 2018

Pagoda View, Oil on canvas, 120x120cm - SOLD

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Group Exhibition


26 July to 12 August, 2018

Official opening and drinks with the artist Sat 28 July 2-4pm


Gallery 139
139A Beaumont St
Hamilton NSW 2303

Ganguddy Reflections, oil on canvas, 80x100cm
Yellow Box Gully (Study4), charcoal on paper, 21x29cm
Group Exhibition


24 August to 4 September, 2018

Broadhurst Gallery, Hazelhurst Arts Centre

782 Kingsway, Gymea NSW


Finalist in the Gosford Art Prize 2017

Belinda’s artwork “Home Trail” has been selected as a finalist in the 2017 Gosford Regional Art Prize.

Home Trail, Oil on canvas, 200x140cm - SOLD
Big Bad Land Exhibition Belinda Street artist landscape exhibition 2017
Group Exhibition


July 20 – August 6, 2017

OPENING – Saturday July 22, 2-4pm

Gallery 139

139 Beaumont St, Hamilton NSW

Gallery hours: Thurs-Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 11am-2pm


I will also be giving an artist talk at the gallery on Sunday 30th July from 11am

Solo Exhibition “Alpine”

May 25 – June 10, 2017

OPENING – Saturday 27 May, 2-4pm

Gallery Smith Project Space

170-174 Abbotsford Street, North Melbourne

Group Exhibition “On Common Ground”

April 6 April 23, 2017

A Social Landscape
Artworks by Belinda Street, Pamela Honeyfield, Leah Thiessen, Debbie Mackinnon, Sally Stokes, Felicity O’Connor and Flynn Doran

9-20 August 2016

Drinks with the Artist – Saturday 13th August, 2-4pm – All welcome

The Depot Gallery

2 Danks Street, Waterloo

Instagram: #asociallandscape

Facebook Event: A Social Landscape

A Social Landscape Art Exhibition
Vineyard in Orange, 2015, oil on canvas, 80x60cm
Finalist in the Fleurieu Food & Wine Art Prize 2016

Belinda Street’s painting “Vineyard in Orange” has been selected as a finalist in the 2016 Fleurieu Food & Wine Art Prize.

Finalist in the Gosford Regional Art Prize 2015

Belinda’s artwork “Arkaroola View” has been selected as a finalist in the 2015 Gosford Regional Art Prize.

Arkaroola View (diptych), 2014, oil on canvas, 80x200cm
Sillers Lookout, charcoal on paper
Finalist in the Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing 2015

Belinda’s charcoal drawing “Siller’s Lookout” has been selected as a finalist in the 2015 Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing.

Finalist in the Muswellbrook Art Prize 2015

Belinda’s charcoal drawing “View from Siller’s Lookout” has been selected as a finalist in the 2015 Muswellbrook Art Prize.

View from Sillers Lookout, charcoal on paper