Watts early exhibitions explored urban environments with buildings lit by the richly tinted light of the fading sun and deep afternoon shadows falling across the facades, predominantly featuring Italian street scenes. In subsequent exhibitions the focus moved to contemporary structures, mostly in Melbourne. As always the emphasis remains on the light and shadow playing across the field of view.
A second studio in the country prompted a series of Australian landscape paintings. Many of these works depict a nearby State Park before the 2010 bush fires passed through and again about six months laster when the green re-growth had begun in the burnt out areas,
Exhibiting since 2002, with first solo painting exhibition in 2005, followed by numerous solo exhibitions in both Melbourne and Sydney. Works encompass urban and rural landscapes as well as portraits and the occasional still life.