Martin Harman

Martin Harman

University of Wales Institute Cardiff (MA Ceramics , 2012)

I am a British artist based in Bristol, UK.

I create ceramic sculpture and 2D artworks.

My artistic purpose is to create art that seeks to evoke curiosity. It is up to the viewer to explore their imagination and make decisions about what they are seeing. The ideas behind my artworks has to resonate with me and at times it can be interchangeable with my own experience. I want to communicate a fascination for the unknown as life is full of questions.

The Historic English Heritage monument Stonehenge helped me to develop this way of thinking. To this day its purpose and meaning still largely remains unknown. It forces myself to be curious, to learn anew and reflect upon my existence.

I do not intend to replicate its presence in any way but use this as a foundation to generate ideas around imagination, possibility and curiosity. These resulting artworks can be described as surreal, unusual and thought provoking.

I am also a UNESCO​ International Academy of Ceramics IAC member.

​For further information about my ideas please see my blog at… www.martinharmanart.blogspot.com or the video on the statement page of my website at www.martinharmanart.com/statement.html

11 × 30 × 30 cm
  • £550.00
19 × 30 × 30 cm
  • £550.00
11 × 31 × 31 cm
  • £550.00
16 × 15 × 16 cm
  • £550.00
10 × 24 × 19 cm
  • £550.00
16 × 23 × 28 cm
  • £550.00

Exhibitions

Artist Residency: Cross-cultural Identity Through Clay Drawing Shigaraki Thu, 10/04/2018 to Sun, 11/04/2018
IAC Members Exhibition-Free Expression New Taipei City Sat, 09/29/2018 to Sun, 10/28/2018
IAC Members Exhibition New Orientalia Taipei Sat, 09/29/2018 to Sun, 10/28/2018
Artist Residency: XI International Ceramics Symposium Römhild 2018 Römhild Sun, 08/05/2018 to Sun, 09/02/2018
IV. International Ceramics Triennial UNICUM 2018 Metelkova Thu, 05/17/2018 to Sun, 09/30/2018

Awards

161st Annual Open Exhibition Royal West of England Academy Winner Thu, 06/28/2012

Press

Publication Title Job Title Date
Ceramics Ireland, Issue 42 2018. p48, 49 Martin Harman Tue, 01/01/2019

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