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About Artworks

My name is Belinda Haworth, and I am an emerging artist with a focus on capturing the beauty and emotion of both serene and dramatic landscapes through my art. I have a diploma in management, which has given me a solid foundation in business and organisation, and I have also pursued extensive studies in art. My passion for art has driven me to experiment with different mediums and techniques, allowing me to develop a unique style that is both contemporary and timeless.

My artwork is characterised by its brushstrokes and use of colour, capturing the peaceful serenity of floral landscapes and the intense power of dramatic seascapes. I specialise in creating paintings that evoke a sense of calm and tranquillity, as well as paintings that convey the raw energy and force of the ocean. Whether I am working with acrylics, watercolours, or another medium, I approach each piece with a commitment to quality and excellence, striving to bring my vision to life in a way that is both captivating and meaningful.

As an emerging artist, I am eager to share my work and to connect with those who appreciate the beauty and emotion of the natural world. Whether I am creating a painting of a still lake, a crashing wave, or a field of flowers, my goal is to create pieces that are not only visually stunning, but also emotionally impactful, leaving a lasting impression on those who view my work.

If you are interested in learning more about my work or supporting my journey as an artist, I would be honoured to connect and share more.

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. My contact details are below: Click link - 

Qualifications and Studies in Art 

2004 Fashion Design & Illustration Certificate - WEA College Sydney

2020 Watercolour Completion Certificate - The University of Sydney  

2021 Drawing Completion Certificate - The University of Sydney

2021 In the Studio: Post War Abstract Painting Certificate with a Grade – with Musuem of Modern Art, New York City

2022 Art Basics Completion Certificate - The University of Sydney 

2022 Certificate in Classical Oil Painting for Naturalist Bird Portraiture -   Taught by Sarah Margaret Gibson, Classical Realist Painter

2022 Art Certificate with Grade in Sexing the Canvas - Art and Gender. The University of Melbourne 

2022 Certificate in Roman Art and Archaeology - The University of  Arizona - Dr. David Soren is Regents Professor of Anthropology and Classics, Coursera

2023 Certificate in Artistic Floral Watercolor: Connect with Nature taught by Inga Buividavice, Graphic Designer and Watercolor Artist

Current Studies

2023 Certified Therapeutic Art Life Coach

2022 - 2023 Lanscape Oil Painting with Plein-air Techniques 

2022-2023 Dreamy Watercolour Landscapes: Paint with Light

Attended Lectures

2022 Pomp and ceremony: the celebratory role of art Celebrating victory in Buddhist Bhutan: art, dance and modernity - Art Appreciation - Art Gallery NSW

2022 Celebrating the Incarnation in Renaissance Art  - Art Appreciation - Art Gallery NSW

Group Exhibitions

2023 Artists of Mosman 2088 Mosman Art Gallery 

2023 9X5 On-Line Art Exhibition Mosman Art Society (MAS)  

2022 Incognito Art Show

2022 Unmasked Exhibition Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre, Hornsby  (HAS) Members and Non Members  

2022 Black & White Exhibition Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre, Hornsby (HAS) Members and Non Members  

2022 Lane Cove Art Awards Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studies (Finalist)

2022 Serendipity Bathers' Pavilion Art Gallery, Balmoral  (MAS) Members Exhibitions (Finalist)

2022 Radiance Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios for Students, Teachers and Friends Exhibition

2022 artXtra! Exhibition Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios - Lane Cove Art Society (LCAS) Members Exhibition

2022 Future Perfect Mosman Art Gallery, MAS Members Exhibition 

2021 Regenerate Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios, Students, Friends and Teachers Exhibition

Awards and Honours


I am member of watercolour.tv,  Lane Cove Art Society and Mosman Art Society.

'I’d like to begin by acknowledging the Traditional Owners of the land on which we meet today. I would also like to pay my respects to Elders past and present and still to come.  I extend that respect to Aboriginal peoples here today.'