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Owen trained at Willesden Art School, taught by Edward Middledich and Terry Frost and later at Harrow Art School under William Brooker and Michael Casson.
At Bournemouth Art School, he had his first introduction to pottery and sculpture. He started pottery with Michael Dowdeswell in Southgate in 1968.He was particular enthused by Mick Casson and Victor Margery who both came to Southgate
He started his own studio in 1969 making a range of stoneware pottery. He was elected to the Craft Potters Association in 1974. After teaching pottery in London for four years, Owen moved to the Welsh Marches in 1975. He worked from Priestweston until 1980 when the pottery moved to Church Stoke . He made a range of stoneware domestic pots and a few art plates, jugs and bowls. He returned to Priestweston using more of the skills learnt at art school.
Nothing like Owen's pieces are being made now. He is still influenced by Mick Casson's work and the islamic world manifest in Spain and Italy. He hopes that he attains a 21st Century interpretation..
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