Sera Waters

Sera Waters in the Australian Tapestry Workshop Exhibition

The Australian Tapestry Workshop presents its Artist-in-Residence exhibition, featuring the work of 15 artists who participated in residencies in 2016, including Sera Waters!

Of the piece, Waters says:

This towel, Fashioning Locals, is from a larger series of towels, each … Continued

Sera Waters, Winner of the Heysen Prize for Landscape 2016

Sera Waters has been announced as the WINNER of the Heysen Prize for Landscape 2016! A huge congratulations to Sera, for taking out this $15,000 acquisitive prize.

“The Heysen Prize was established by the Hahndorf Academy in 1997 to commemorate … Continued

Dodd, Sloan and Waters in Heysen Prize

Congratulations to James Dodd, Paul Sloan and Sera Waters who have all been selected as finalists in the Heysen Prize for Landscape 2016. Established in 1997 by the Hahndorf Academy, the Heysen Prize commemorates the life and career of renown … Continued

Hugo Michell Gallery at ‘Spring1883’

Established in 2014, SPRING1883 is a new and exciting hotel-based art fair, presented at The Hotel Windsor Melbourne. Hugo Michell Gallery is pleased to be presenting the work of William Mackinnon, Lucas Grogan, Elvis Richardson, Toby Pola, Tarryn Gill, Richard … Continued

Lucas Grogan and Sera Waters in ‘Slipstitch’ Regional Touring Exhibition

Slipstitch a touring exhibition curated by Dr. Belinda von Mengersen has arrived at Latrobe Regional Gallery. Featuring the work of Lucas Grogan and Sera Waters, Slipstitch considers the growing pursuit of figurative embroidery in contemporary art. Giving reference to embroidery … Continued

Sera Waters Joins Hugo Michell Gallery as a Represented Artist

Hugo Michell Gallery is thrilled to announce that Sera Waters has joined its roster of represented artists!

Waters is an Adelaide-based artist whose mixed-media soft-sculpture works are imbued with a dark and emotive meticulousness. Waters thinks of her practice as … Continued

Artists Announced in the Fleurieu Art Prize 2016

The Fleurieu Art Prize, the richest landscape prize in the world, will present a diverse selection of artists working across multiple-media celebrating Australian landscape. Established in 1998, this non-acquisitive prize is valued at $65,000 and will be the first time … Continued