Belinda Broughton is a poet and visual artist.
She has numerous poems published in many international paper and web journals, and in a number of anthologies and has two poetry books: Sparrow: Poems of a Refugee,and A Slip of the Tongue, published in 2015 and 2018 respectively by Ginninderra Press.
She has produced 9 solo exhibitions and has shown artwork in numerous group shows. Her artistic themes could be summed up as an interest in the cycle of chaos / order / chaos (including death and birth), but took a number of different subjects, most notably: nature and the marks of nature, and human marks moving towards text. She was also interested in formal concerns such as line, pattern and composition and thus a lot of her is abstract. More recently she has been working on artist’s books, notebook art, illustration, and in-situ installation work.