The work of artist Amy Joy Watson has been featured before because it is so whimsically wonderful people can't help but be drawn to it. Nevertheless, she has since created some new work that is as fantastical and unworldly as her last. As though inspired by the bright colors and shapes of the '80s, artist Amy Joy Watson has put together wooden sculptures that have a celebratory tone to them.
Born and based in Adelaide, South Australia, artist Amy Joy Watson's sculptures are not only as vibrant as a rainbow, they are as pixelated as a faceted crystal. According to Beautiful Decay, "To make each piece, Watson stitches or glues together watercolor-stained balsa wood, occasionally adding a tasteful Gobstopper here, or helium balloon there, to garnish her own primal sense of whimsy and sacred geometry."