Waterson’s artworks are warm, dynamic and lightweight. They are scaled to the city or the individual, permanent and temporary but always concerned with the nature of materials and the process of making.
Her public artworks are site-specific and respond to the scale and natural history of their locale. Flourish, Waterson’s largest work to date completed in 2015, is a 500sqm artwork screen that elegantly addresses dimensional, ventilation and technical requirements while realizing a beautiful dimensional artwork.
Waterson finds beauty in repetition with the spatial and rhythmic qualities of her work mesmerising viewers through beauty, scale-play, and pattern. Her love of natural patterns originates from a childhood surrounded by Australia’s nature. Her body of work includes:
- Sculptural Surfaces
- Private and Public Artwork Commissions
- Artwork Facades