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

Richard Erdman Studios, Vermont

The team at our Vermont studio works on the business side of operations, establishing marketing initiatives and supporting our galleries in California, Boston, Palm Beach, Montreal, Stowe, Austria, and Switzerland. We manage commissions from start to finish, working with both public and private collections worldwide.

It is here in the lush green mountains that the idea for a work is born, taking shape in plaster as the artist designs and creates his models, which he then brings to Italy to be carved in stone or cast in bronze.

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‘Seri Tai’ landing! We could not be more proud of this work, so stay tuned for more photos from its Taichung debut 👀

Never too much pink / flashback to 1976: Pathos, carved from Portuguese rose marble 🌹

The beginnings of a new ‘Odyssey,’ to be carved from burning red granite.

We are proud to announce that Richard's latest works — bold forms in vibrant Pakistan onyx (pictured here), Brazilian blue granite, and Carrara marble — will be exhibited alongside the canvases of Stanley Boxer and Wolf Kahn at @galerie_dorsay, opening this Saturday, November 9 with a reception from 6-8 p.m.

Carving into the dusty red Persian travertine of ‘Cuore Rosa’ at the Italy studio...⛏

High drama: emerging from the shadows, ‘Arete’ is destined for a private desert residence where its brilliant Carrara marble will emanate light day and night.

Richard and Mario in action 💥

A slightly belated Persian travertine tribute to Vermont’s fiery autumn leaves...🍁

#fbf Allstar summer crew uncrating “Continuum” following its long journey from Pietrasanta, Italy 🌞

The exquisite ‘Mattina Blu’ from its cyclone angle. 🌪

Tools of the trade: calipers for scaling up works from model to finished sculpture.

‘Continuum,’ stunning in the morning mist. Photographed by the inimitable @laurenmazzotta 💥

Falling for the umber striations of ‘Venuto’... 🍂

Marble dust on deep green in the Carrara studio. ✨

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