“What is this reality we are experiencing?

On one side it is physical, we can see, touch and smell objects. On the other hand, there is space, non-physical in form but existing.”

Martin Harman (1986-) is a British artist based in Bristol, UK. He is also a member of the International Academy of Ceramics (IAC).

He creates one-off surreal ceramic sculpture, drawings and paintings.

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

Martin will be sharing a selection of his ceramic sculptures and drawings during his solo exhibition “Crossing Space” at HOURS, Colston Yard, Bristol, BS1 5BD, UK.

1st to the 21st of November 2019
Preview: Friday 1st 6-8pm.
Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd 10am-5pm
Artist talk Saturday 2nd 2-3pm
4th-21st by appointment only

For more information please see:
HOURS: www.hours-space.com
Martin Harman: www.martinharmanart.com