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Richard Erdman’s art practice is supported by studios in both Williston, Vermont and Carrara, Italy.

Richard Erdman has been traveling to Carrara, Italy for nearly forty years, making sculpture with the white and grey marble that has been used since the time of Ancient Rome, becoming part of a long lineage of artists.

He has spent half his life working in this city’s surrounding quarries, sourcing and carving stone, becoming embedded in the culture and traditions of the craft, and finding inspiration in the merging of two worlds: the ancient one from which stone carving was born, and the modern tradition of creating abstract sculpture.

 

  • 1/15 | Richard with Mario Fruendi, Co-owner, SGF Scultura
  • 2/15 | Mario with 'Volante'
  • 3/15 | Mario and Richard
  • 4/15 | Luisa Fruendi, Office Manager, SGF Scultura
  • 5/15 | Silvio Santini, Co-owner, SGF Scultura
  • 6/15 | Silvio
  • 7/15 | Giacomo Santini, Co-owner, SGF Scultura
  • 8/15 | Andrea Poli, Stonecarver
  • 9/15 | Andrea
  • 10/15 | Andrea at work
  • 11/15 | Roberto Bernardi, Stonemason
  • 12/15 | Georgio DellAmica, Stonecarver
  • 13/15 | Georgio at work
  • 14/15 | Mauro Seghetti, Polisher
  • 15/15 | Mauro at work

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