Sculptor Anish Kapoor

One of the most influential sculptors of his generation Anish Kapoor is most famous for public sculptures that are both adventures in form and feats of engineering. Whether he is creating immense PVC skins, stretched or deflated; concave or convex mirrors whose reflections attract and swallow their surrounds or recesses carved in stone and pigmented so as to disappear, his works invite the viewer to the inner reaches of their imagination.

“I think I understand something about space. I think the job of a sculptor is spatial as much as it is to do with form.”
Anish Kapoor: in Conversation with John Tusa". Interview with John Tusa,

Anish Kapoor, Mirror (Garnet to Magenta Apple mix 2), 2018. Tamahra Prowse inspiration.

Mirror (Garnet to Magenta Apple mix 2)
Aluminium and paint
 210 x 210 cm

Anish Kapoor, Islamic Mirror, 2018. Tamahra Prowse inspiration.
Islamic Mirror
Stainless steel
249.6 x 134.6 x 18 cm

Anish Kapoor, Cloud Gate, 2006. Tamahra Prowse inspiration.
Cloud Gate
Stainless steel
10 x 13 x 20 m

The Oceanic series of pendants, rings and cufflinks is for those of us who treasure their connection to the ocean. $5 from the sale of each piece will be donated to the Australian Marine Conservation Society  in support of their Ocean Plastic Pollution campaign.