With a BFA at the California College of Arts & Crafts and a concentration in sculpture at Yale University School of Art, Harriet Salmon successfully found herself in the East Coast art world in the year 2006, making a name for herself as an illustrator, fabricator, and artist. Her roles in the past have included working as the Production Assistant at Pixar for the film Ratatouille and former Senior Photo Editor at Artforum Magazine, with much of her artwork revolving around body movement within landscapes.
After a run of working at KB Projects in Greenpoint for a few years and owning her own mold-making/casting company on Norman Avenue, she is now dedicating her time into her studio in Greenpoint and the artist-run gallery Black Ball Projects with co-directors Ana Wolovick and Jason Tomme, where she furthers dialogue with a larger art community than she’d previously begun. You can check out her work in person at Greenpoint Open Studios.
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