Edwin Salmon was born in NYC on August 29, 1969. He grew up in the Southwest and Midwest. One parent is a skilled painter and the other a trained architect. Once receiving a Fine arts degree he set about to educate himself in the metal fabrication field. First he started a business in Atlanta, GA then moved it to Boston, MA and finally to New Haven, CT. Edwin is currently the owner of EWS 3-D LLC, a high end design, management and architectural metal fabrication company. EWS 3-D has fabricated jobs nationally for clients such as Quinnipiac University, Starbucks and Subway, Architects such as AvroKo, Joeb Moore and Sidnam Petrone. Recently Edwin was asked to design and fabricate tables to be placed in the new Norman Foster designed Yale school of management. EWS 3-D’s work has been published widely in books on design and in periodicals such as New York, Interior Design and Architectural Review.
As an artist he has shown his work continuously since the late 1980s. In January and February of 2017 he had a solo show at the Reynolds Fine Art gallery showcasing his Architectural Abstraction sculpture series and a works on paper series, Cell Tower Portraits. His sculpture has been shown and represented by galleries in New York, New Haven, the Berkshires, Cape Cod and on Long Island. Among his most notable achievements are, commissions to make large outdoor sculpture for The Yale Humanist Community and Marriott’s Fairfield Residence Inn in downtown Brooklyn, NY. He currently has outdoor sculpture on view in Connecticut at The Madison Sculpture Mile and in Hartford at Bushnell Plaza and The Governor’s Mansion.
During his time in Connecticut he has partnered in owning and running a gallery, spent time teaching sculpture at the Creative Arts Workshop in New Haven, CT and being the director of the sculpture program at Buck's Rock Performing and Creative Arts Camp in New Milford, CT. He currently serves as the Vice Chairman of the East Haven Arts Commission.
For the last fifteen years he has lived on the shoreline in Connecticut with his wife, two children, dogs, chickens . . . . He enjoys running, vegetable gardening, growing berries, making jams and working on the house.