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 Three poetry books: Sparrow: Poems of a Refugee 2015, A Slip of the Tongue 2018, and Not looking for Signs 2020, published by Ginninderra Press.
She has produced 10 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.