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In the 1980s Martin studied on the highly regarded Design/Ceramics course at Kent Institute of Art and Design, Rochester. In the mid 1990s he entered the BA ceramics course at the University of Wales, Cardiff.He found the variety of the course inspirational and then applied for, and was accepted, to study for an MA at the Royal College of Art. His tea bowls are tactile; their soft, silky glazes flowing over the generously thrown forms. The pale blues and greens of the celadon glazes bring an ethereal quality to the forms, emphasising the intimacy of handling and using the bowls. By contrast the tea sets are more formal; coloured a pale creamy white, the porcelain is softened and muted allowing the crispness and delicacy of the shape to predominate.
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