Tricia-newTricia Smout is an artist and registered teacher,
who lives and works in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Tricia creates artworks (books, hangings, wearable art and sculptures) utilising many different techniques in a wide range of media. Many of these designs incorporate lettering and symbols.

Tricia teaches calligraphy, artist bookmaking and paper crafts to adults and children privately and also in TAFE Institutes, schools and other venues.

Tricia offers a personalised service to create unique, reasonably-priced hand-lettering for all occasions.

Tricia makes cards, books, boxes, paper jewellery and other paper-craft items which she sells in galleries and craft shops throughout Australia.

Tricia has many years experience as a lettering artist and exhibitor. Click to view her biography or discover upcoming exhibitions featuring some of Tricia's work.



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Would you like to ...

  • learn calligraphy
  • make artist books
  • create stunning cards and boxes

I've just finished teaching a series of classes, but if you'd like go on my email list to find out future dates and times, please send me an email.

Click here for more details about the individual classes.



I thoroughly enjoyed my year as the 2012 Artist-in-Residence at Brisbane Botanic Gardens at Mt Coot-tha Gardens.

I'm still displaying the residency projects at various venues. Click here for details of upcoming dates.

I wrote a blog to record of my activities, projects and exhibitions. Click here to read the 2012 blog and see what I did during the year.

Many thanks to the thousands of people who visited me during the year, joined in the activities and contributed to my collaborative projects. I really apprecaited your support.

I'm still hoping to find a permanent home where the "Flowers of Friendship" hanging can be displayed. I'd like a venue where all the participants (and other visitors) can view it easily ... so please let me know if you have any ideas!



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