Awards and Acknowledgments: 

2018 BLACK & WHITE SPIDER Awards, 13th Annual, Nominee, category:  Fine Art

2015 APPLIED ARTS Photography Awards, category:  Complete Book  "The Art of Stillness" written by Pico Iyer, Published by TED Books and Simon & Schuster

2014 HASSELBLAD MASTERS FINALIST, category:  Fine Art & Product

2013 APPLIED ARTS Photography Awards, category:  Still Life

2013 APPLIED ARTS Photography Awards, category:  Photo Illustration

2013 BLACK AND WHITE SPIDER Awards, 8th Annual, Nominee, category:  Abstract

2012 INTERNATIONAL LOUPE Awards, Silver award category:  Illustrative

2011 APPLIED ARTS Photography Awards , category:  Portraits

2006 INTERNATIONAL PHOTO Awards,  1st Place, Category:  Special effects

2006 INTERNATIONAL PHOTO Awards,  Honourable Mention, Category:   Fine Art Portrait

art Donations

2019 For Children We Care Gala Auction, BC Children’s Hospital, Vancouver BC, Canada

FINE ART SALES - Private Collections by Country

USA, Canada, Iceland, England, Australia, India


2014 The Cultch Pieced Together - Group Exhibition, Vancouver, BC, Canada

2014 Eastside Culture Crawl, Vancouver, BC, Canada

2013 Eastside Culture Crawl, Vancouver, BC, Canada

2013 Photoville by United Photo Industries - Online and Outdoor Presentation, Brooklyn, NY, USA

2013 Slideluck Vancouver, Group Show, Vancouver, BC, Canda

2008 The Flower Box - Solo Show, Vancouver, BC, Canada

2008 Tricera Imaging - Image display showcasing different papers by Epson, Vancouver, BC, Canada

2007 Eastside Culture Crawl, Vancouver,  BC, Canada

2004 Thorvaldsen Restaurant & Art Gallery - Solo Show, Reykjavík, Iceland

2002 Private Business - Solo Show, New York City, NY, USA


Icelandic/Canadian Photographer Eydis S. Luna Einarsdottir began her visual journey at a young age, influenced by her father - an avid photographer & her artist mother, and the Icelandic light and landscape.
In 1990 her passion for photography brought her to the United States where she studied at Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara California and graduated with a BA in Commercial Photography and Colour Technology in 1993. 
Eydis continued to live in the USA for 15 years, but has now made Vancouver BC, her home. Throughout the years she has maintained a strong connection to Iceland both in work and personally.  Seen here with her mother Svala, who travels with Eydís and her father Einar around Iceland every year.