Andrew Goss creates jewellery – in silver, bronze, brass – as well as concrete, wood and plastic. He has been practicing his craft full-time for over 40 years and lives in Guelph sharing a studio with Sandra Noble Goss. Goss' work concerns itself with pure, simple forms and structures, as well as the exploration of materials. He is known for his original designs that challenge our ideas about preciousness. His work is in the collections of Department of External Affairs, Museum of Civilization, and UBS Bank (Canada) as well as numerous private jewellery collections. Goss was inducted into the Royal Canadian Academy in2005 (RCA).