Belinda Golder was born in 1986c in Alice Springs, NT.
Her sister is Janet Golder Kngwarreye and both artists are the granddaughters of the internationally renowned, Polly Ngale.
Like her family, Belinda is following in their footsteps and predominately paints the “Bush Plum” dreaming, which has gained global attention thanks to the iconic endeavours of Emily Kame Kngwarreye.
Belinda also paints the sacred ‘Bush Medicine Leaves’ design held by many women from Utopia, given the importance of the amazing medicinal qualities of this plant.
Belinda’s colour palette consists primarily of enriching colours that are either layered effortlessly to create the flowing effect or structured meticulously in an ordered fashion across the canvas.
The composition of colours and shapes helps communicate key geographical knowledge to the viewer.