Born in Vermont in 1967, Hunter Eddy began his studies at the Art Institute of Boston winning the “Excellence in Illustration Award” in 1990.


Studying then landscape painting in Italy and drawing at the Boston Visual School under the direction of artists such as Giovanni Lanza and George Gabin, Hunter develops knowledge in the techniques of traditional design thanks to study at the artist Tom Oulette’s studio. After years of searching, he found The Florence Academy of Art, and joined the student body in 1996.
In 1998, Hunter became an instructor, and is currently a Director in the Painting Program.
He has participated in numerous group shows, and his work is in private collections in Italy and the United States.