Edda, a graduate of the Icelandic College of Arts in Reykjavík in her native Iceland, majored in Graphic Design and later received a Master’s Degree from Syracuse University. She worked in Iceland and the US as a book designer in her own studio and for publishing companies in the US. Since 2017 she devotes full time to fine art and printmaking.

Edda is a member of Zea Mays Printmaking in Florence, Massachusetts. She also enjoys a membership in Boston Printmakers, the Monotype Guild of New England and the Oxbow Art Gallery in Northampton, Massachusetts. She has enjoyed great opportunities working and exhibiting her work in museums and galleries through these affiliations.

Edda has works in several mediums within printmaking: monotype and monoprints, silkscreen, intaglio, photopolymer intaglio and photo-etching.

In the fall of 2018 and 2019, Edda’s works were chosen to exhibit at the Artist and Editions Book fair (A/EB) in New York City. “Iceland Horizons” portfolio was acquired by the New York City Library’s Special Collections in October, 2018.

Edda was invited to residency at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre, Annaghmakerrig, Ireland in September, 2019.
The California Printmaker Journal accepted and published Edda’s article on Printing in Color in 2021.