Ones to Watch: David Waters

DAVID’S COMMAND OF HIS MEDIUM IS VERY APPARENT. HIS STONE WORKS ARE AT ONCE STRONG AND SUBTLE.

Central Victorian artist and stonemason David Waters combines a mediums – from stone and concrete to glass and metal – to create his captivating sculptures and site-specific installations. He has shown consistently throughout Australia since the late 1980s and has a number of residencies, prizes and public works to his name.

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