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Many of Belinda's prints are about the human psyche. These images are largely allegorical, with sources ranging from mythology and religious imagery to dreams and memories of her childhood in Africa. The images do not stem from any particular belief, but rather from a search for our cultural origins and archetypes, which she uses to express feelings and ideas about humanity in general. Belinda employs a variety of printmaking techniques including screenprinting, collagraphy, etching and relief printing.
Some of her prints and techniques are featured in ‘Printmaking Traditional and Contemporary Techniques' by Ann D’Arcy Hughes and Hebe Vernon-Morris published in 2008, and also in ‘The Coach House in Gainsborough’s Garden’ edited by Miranda Mott.
All of these images are original prints, with the blocks hand-made and printed by her.