Andrew Goss

Living and working in Owen Sound (ON), award-winning artist Andrew Goss has been creating both jewelry and sculpture for more than 35 years. He graduated from the jewelry program at George Brown College in Toronto and studied at Hornsey College of Art in England. Working with metals–silver, bronze, brass–as well as concrete and plastic, his work usually concerns itself with simplicity of form and material awareness. Goss was inducted into the Royal Canadian Academy in 2005 (RCA) and his work appeared in numerous books in addition to being held at the Department of External Affairs (Ottawa, and the Canadian Embassy, Berlin), the Museum of Civilization and many private jewelry collections.