MALEVICH AND MIRO
This bowl is inspired by the work of two of my favourite artists - Kasimir Malevich and Joan Miro - the red square is Malevich and the squiggles are Miro.
This piece was created after a visit to the Frieze Art Fair in Regent's Park, and is based on a painting I saw in a German gallery. Sadly, I didn't write down the name of the artist.
The inspiration for this piece was a handle on a sideboard featured on a poster I saw in the underground - although mine is more asymmetrical.
This is a fairly early piece, though I have made other versions since then. Tate Modern had a retrospective of the work of 90 year old Saloua Roauda Chouciar, which was mostly sculpture, but one painting caught my eye and I quickly went about cutting up different shades of white glass to create this piece.
The Design Museum moved in 2017 to the old Commonwealth Institute building and the parabola shape of its roof inspired this piece.
GUILDFORD STREET BUILDING
A new extension built on the back of Great Ormond Street Hospital has this wonderful asymmetrical glass wall, which inspired this platter.