Richard Erdman Sculpture in Stone and Bronze
This handsome and comprehensive 94-page soft cover book includes 57 color reproductions, with an introduction by art critic Peter Frank.
Focusing on outdoor sculpture in public and private collections, the book provides a curated overview of major works in international collections.
Richard Erdman Monograph
Skylark Press is pleased to announce the publication of the new monograph, Richard Erdman, A Retrospective. This definitive book and documentary project spans 30 years of the artist's work in both a 230-page Hardcover and a Limited Edition set.
Erdman creates sculptures designed to make a visceral and somatic connection with us. They stop us in our tracks not simply to admire or stroke them, but to sense them and experience their movement as much as their presence. He speaks constantly of the viscerality he seeks, a viscerality inherent to the very purpose of sculpture. — Peter Frank, Art Critic
Book size is 10" x 12.5", with over 200 color plates, spanning nearly three decades of the artist's career. The book includes essays by noted art critic Peter Frank and a DVD with both a documentary about the artist, produced by Emily Lau (History Channel, Discovery Network), as well as a newly edited version of the award winning documentary "Passage."
Limited collector's edition is leather-bound, accompanied by an original bronze maquette, created by the artist exclusively for this limited edition. The 8.5" sculpture, Velu (pictured at right), will be signed, numbered and dated. The book and sculpture are packed in a handmade leather-bound box and comes with a personalized, signed and numbered certificate.
Richard Erdman: Between the Lines
This DVD features both a documentary about the artist, produced by Emily Lau (History Channel, Discovery Network), as well as a newly edited version of the award winning documentary "Passage."