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Michael Salt was born in 1955 in North Worcestershire and studied at Stourbridge Art College.
After working in Jersey and Wales as a Graphic Artist, he returned to his own town of Stourbridge, to concentrate on painting.
He finds inspirations in varying subjects, the British countryside, whether rural or coastal, buildings, railways and aircraft.
He works in oil, acrylic, pen and ink, and, pencils. But it is oils which have a particular appeal to him.
Painting falls into two ways of working, in situ (plen air) in pochade mode, quick and full of spontaneity. Although many are finished paintings in themselves, others may be used for a more considered approach in the studio, where the idea can be developed into a larger piece with the play of light and colour in juxtaposition to create more of a mood and atmosphere.
Elected Associated member of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists.
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