Martin makes reduction-fired, mostly wheel-thrown stoneware. He trained in Farnham under renowned potters Henry Hammond and Paul Barron. Following a teaching career during which time he maintained his own studio, he is now focusing on his own work. Martin makes his glazes from natural materials including local clay and wood ash. These are applied when the work is still damp and all his pottery is fired just once. Decoration makes use of sgraffito, paper and brushwork resist, combing and sprigging and colour is often introduced through the use of clay slips.
Commissions taken and artwork for sale
Visitors welcome by appointment
Martin Tyler's work can be seen at:
78 High Street HASLEMERE Surrey GU27 2LA
3, 5-10, 12-17, 19-24 November
|14 members of the Wey Ceramics Society are showing their skills with clay. Exhibiting domestic, decorative and sculptural pieces in stoneware, porcelain and terracotta with
unique Raku and Pit Fired items. Perhaps your chance to find that perfect present.