Dylan Eddy Jewellery

Art, Design, Jewellery, Metalsmithing



Handmade Work

The value of making work by hand is integral to everything I produce. With a skill-set ranging from fine art drawing and painting, to design and the fine craft skills of jewellery, metalsmithing and weaving, I can produce works that are unique and timeless. I am passionate and dedicated to the work I make, whether it’s a ring or a panting, no matter the piece, I give it my all and produce work of high quality.


About the Artist

Dylan Eddy grew up in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, USA. He came to Calgary, Alberta in 2007 to attend the Alberta College of Art + Design, majoring in Jewellery + Metals, he received his BFA in 2012. His education has been furthered by studying blacksmithing at the Touchstone Center for Crafts in 2011, and by working with master goldsmith Orland Larson in 2012. Dylan is a practising artist working out of his home studio, but has also spent time working for companies such as Coronado Instruments Ltd. where he was a Technician repairing surgical instruments. Dylan’s own work focuses on ideas related to identity, family heritage, and the passage of time with specific reference to Celtic and Norse societies and cultural motifs. Dylan has participated in exhibitions across Canada. Some of note include; in 2011 taking part in a group exhibition with the Medallic Art Society of Canada in St. Catherine’s, Ontario, in 2012 a group show at the Alberta Craft Council entitled Shift: A Transformative State of Mind, in 2013 a group show sponsored by the Canadian Space Society entitled Revolutions The Inexorable Evolution of Art, and in 2016 a group show at the Alberta College of Art + Design entitled 925: A Sterling Anniversary Forging Foundations. Recently Dylan has taken part in the Design Festa vol. 48 and Design Festa vol. 49 in Tokyo Japan, which took place in 2018 and 2019 respectively. Dylan also took part in the annual Trunk Show at the Society of North American Goldsmiths 2019 conference in Chicago.

- Dylan Eddy - 2019


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