I received my Bachelor of Fine Arts and Masters of Studio Arts from Eastern Michigan University. I have worked for 10 years as in industrial designer and have taught industrial design, fine arts studio, and art history classes for 35 years at Washtenaw Community College, Ann Arbor, Michigan. As an artist I am interested in natural processes, history, and architecture. My watercolor paintings have traditionally focused on how our food grows. Living on a farm, provides many opportunities to witness our food production and the life cycle of the plants that grow our food. My farm life includes my husband, three dogs, and other farm animals too numerous to count. My husband and I have three adult children.
Belinda’s work has been exhibited throughout Michigan, showing in the MWCS Annual Exhibition, Eastern Michigan University Gallery, Washtenaw Community Art Gallery, and University Commons Gallery