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Tricia Martin Salt

Artist, printmaker and performer
based on the Rame Peninsula, Cornwall

The Good Egg studio is based in a Napoleonic barracks building at Maker Heights, neighboured by skylarks, artists, forest, musicians, fungi, swifts and martins and sea. I make things there, often while singing loudly, but sometimes in silence.

My artwork explores place, especially coastal Cornwall, through its matter and texture. I go out and carve, rub, saw, forage, press, scratch, grind, collect and sketch to gather traces and materials. These are rearranged, either in situ or back at the Good Egg, through improvised processes which also speak to the environment from which they are put together.

I translate what is generated between media: print to song, etching to painting, material test to linocut. Each iteration reveals something new and unexpected, still tethered to the original. 

I'm an early career artist. I also design, perform, write, teach, learn, and run.


MA Printmaking 2023 Arts University Plymouth 
Diploma in Computer Graphic Design 2006 Media Design School, Auckland 
BA(Hons) Film,Television & Radio Studies 2000 Staffordshire University

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