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My work deals with ideas related to the passage of time, identity, and family heritage, with frequent reference to Celtic and Norse society, and cultural motifs. These themes have resonated deeply within my being, alongside the value and integrity of making work by hand, which is essential to everything I produceI explore these ideas through the use of several different media, including jewellery/metalwork. Since childhood, I have been fascinated with thoughts of time travel and history, so my works often draw inspiration from traditional designs, and ways of working. They are based upon historic research and references, though the interpretation is mine. The result is an aesthetic that merges all of these notions into one, the product of which gives the impression of being an artifact, a relic lost to time.

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, as well as internationally. 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, and 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. In 2018 Dylan participated in the Design Festa vol. 48 in Tokyo, Japan. Presently Dylan is preparing for the Design Festa vol. 49 which will take place May 18-19, 2019 in Tokyo, Japan.
Dylan Eddy 2-13-19

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