It was during a brief stint working for Bentley and Rolls Royce cars, that it struck him very powerfully how the owners of these vehicles were nearly always self-made individuals who had not enjoyed inherited wealth. What they appeared to have in common was that their accumulated wealth was a direct result of pursuing something they really loved doing. For Sidoli this was a something of a personal epiphany, having long held the desire to do something more creative.
The result was that within a year of leaving his job and inspired by the work of other artists, he had set up a workshop and a thriving business supplying high street chains with his popular glasswork. It was a tough decision to make but he had no regrets particularly as his first collection of fused-glass cityscape art of London and New York received critical acclaim and gave him the confidence to really start to evolve as an artist and experiment in an edgier and more adventurous way.
Most recently this has manifested itself in a series of colourful and clever lenticulars as well as his most powerful and dynamic collection ‘Most Wanted’ - a multi coloured rogues gallery from popular culture, which pays homage to Andy Warhol in style and ‘Sex Drugs and Rock n roll’ in content.