Title: The Chapel
Medium: Redwood and marble
Size: 96" x 77" x 56"
Waters received her BA from Stanford University, California. When creating sculptures in wood and marble, she strives for the qualities of strength, gracefulness, sensuousness, and elegance. Three of the five senses- sight, sound, and touch- come together in her current series of sculptures which are so large that the viewer walks inside for a multidimensional experience. Her works involve research into other cultures and other times, as well as our own, in a search for the universal elements that reach the core of all beings.
Her selected solo exhibitions include: Seipp Gallery, Palo Alto, California, 1994-'95; SOMAR Gallery, San Francisco, 1994; Creative Arts Center, Sunnyvale, 1989; Coastal Arts League Museum, Half Moon Bay, 1988; John Gualbert Gallery, San Francisco, 1988; 1870 Gallery, Belmont, 1987; PARTA Gallery, San Mateo, 1984; Manor Gallery, Belmont, 1979; Gallery House, Palo Alto, 1962 and '78; John Pence Gallery, San Francisco, 1977; Art League of Northern Virginia, Alexandria, 1974; and Barrios Gallery, Sacramento, 1964-'70.
Her selected group exhibitions include: Art in Public Places, Santa Clara Civic Center, Santa Clara, 1994-'95; Peninsula Sculpture VI, Belmont, 1994; Bay Arts '94, Belmont, 1994; Pacific Rim Sculptors, Syntex Gallery, Palo Alto, 1994; Selections 1994, Cork Gallery, Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, New York, 1994; Interactive Sculpture, Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, 1993; In Reverence of Wood, Hayward State University, 1993; Bay Arts '93, Belmont, 1993; Bay Arts '92, Belmont, 1992; Figures, The New Art Place, San Francisco, 1992; Big Ladies & Difficult Women, Skyline College, San Bruno, 1992; and Dante Exhibition, Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, 1992.