Mona Waterhouse is an avid explorer of nature and all its mysteries. With the depictions of selections from nature she wants to find an equivalent for the diversity in life and nature. She concentrates more on pods, seed and leaves. She uses wax, pigment and handmade paper to create her art works. Her body of work consists of paintings, sculpture, wall objects, photographs and installations. She uses her senses, that of seeing(observe), and touch(feeling form) to become one with seeds and pods to create her work. Her sculptures and installations are strong and flexible although they look fragile and translucent.
Mona Waterhouse is originally from Sweden. She sturdied and lived in Sweden, England and the USA. She has a MA Degree in Fine Arts form the University of Massachusetts. Her work are part of collections at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, GA; Mcdonalds Corporate Office, WI; and the Tokyo Airport to name a few. She has received several awards and grants like the Hambidge Center Residency Award. Through her study and depictions of nature she has become a natural force in the Art World. She delivers commentary on the Environment and Human Right Issues through her work.
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