Waterhouse exhibition success
On Saturday a steady stream of people, many with a personal connection to the Waterhouses, filed through the exhibition space to view works by the three generations of the Waterhouse clan.
“Such a variety of work,” said Cathie Smith and Sionid Horne.
“Rae’s work is so amazing.”
For Rae Waterhouse the exhibition of her work alongside that of her granddaughter, her late mother Nancy, and her late brother Phillip, was an emotional affair.
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