Hello 2015!

Australian artist Belinda stanton

Happy New Year!

Thought I might celebrate the new year with a blog post… (before we enter February ;)¬† ) Towards the end of last year I was just so busy that some things had to slip a little and unfortunately my blog suffered.

I had such an amazing year last year. Thanks guys for hanging in there with me :) I’ve seen you on my instagram account and on etsy. Your support has been invaluable. Putting on an exhibition last year was a big learning curve. I’m still really at the beginning of my artistic journey. All I know I want to do is create.

I have put together a bunch of images from last years exhibition. (Thank you Bryan¬† for the following few images…)

The odditties

Australian ceramic artist  Belinda Stanton



…and just a couple more…



Thank you everyone who stopped by on opening night and throughout the week, I love you!!

…and thank you for the etsy after sales! I may still have a few things to filter through etsy, so if you’re interested, please check in from time to time. Some of these guys are still waiting for homes.


Speaking of etsy, I’m starting the year with a few new pieces in my Belinism Etsy shop. These guys have either just gone up in the last few days or will be up shortly.




That’s it for me but before I head back to the studio I’d like to share a photo of my new little ball of fluff. This is Earl, my new studio cat. As you can see, taking product photos has just gotten a little bit trickier. He wants to know what is going on with EVERYTHING. He certainly is a cat with curiosity.

Belinsim studio cat Earl

Wishing you all the best for the year ahead. Let’s make it a beautifully happy one :)


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4 Responses to Hello 2015!

  1. Caroline says:

    Gorgeous images.

  2. Anna says:

    Happy New Year to you.. good to hear your exhibition was well received, it looked amazing in the photos. Welcome to Earl :)

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