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May 10, 2018 / News

ABC Stone: Lunch & Learn

For architecture and design industry professionals, interested in earning CE units, learning about the wonders of the application of natural stone, and enjoying delicious lunches, ABC Stone, in conjunction with the Natural Stone Institute (NSI), offers Lunch & Learns. (more…)

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May 9, 2018 / Carrara Residency

The Unveiling

The Unveiling

On Wednesday, April 18th, ABC Stone held a reception celebrating the artists selected to receive the Carrara Sculpture Residency, which it sponsors in conjunction with the New York Academy of Art.

Christina Giuffrida and Jorge Vascano unveiled in our Brooklyn showroom the pieces they created in Italy last Summer. Other artists showing work included Jago, Sebastian Martorana, Barbara Ségal, Alasdair Thomson, Robin Antar, Stephen Shaheen and Michael Kukla. Read Full Post…

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In Conversation: Ross Matteson and “Peregrine’s Plate”

Growing up with five siblings in a Pacific Northwest United States family that supported exploration, multicultural exposure, knowledge of current world affairs, creativity, scientific and religious education, Olympia, WA-based sculptor Ross Matteson’s life has always included some form of adventure and imaginative experimentation. In 2016, Ross purchased 1,600 pound custom cut block of Belgian Black marble from ABC Stone. His aim: to create on commission a large plate-shaped sculpture depicting a duck hunt.

After familiarizing himself with the particular species of duck endemic to the area in which the finished sculpture would be displayed, observing and taking thousands of photographs of the bird, and consulting with duck hunters, Ross set to work on his project. Using both CNC and traditional sculpting tools, he produced his sculpture: Peregrine’s Plate.
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An evening to honor the recipients of the 2015 Carrara Residency Merit Award

For the past 5 years, ABC Worldwide Stone, in cooperation with New York Academy of Art, has sponsored a stone sculpting Artist Residency in Carrara, Italy, as part of its ongoing commitment to promoting the use of stone in artistic practice. Based at Corsanini Studios, located at the foothills of Apuan Alps, the Carrara Residency exposes students to the global art world, helps cultivate lifelong relationships, and hone their craft in an immersive environment.
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