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Richard Heinrich

Richard A. Heinrich was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1941 and attended Erasmus Hall High School, Cornell University and NYU. He has a B.S. from Cornell and an ABD from NYU, with a dissertation on the sculpture of David Smith. His sculpture has been shown in one-person exhibitions in New York, Chicago and Denver. His large outdoor work can be seen at the Kouros Gallery in Ridgefield CT; The Reading Public Art Museum, The Dwight-Englewood School in Englewood NJ, and the Hebrew Home for the Aged in New York. Also three large pieces are on the campus of the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. He participated in five Navy Pier Walk shows in Chicago and has shown in Japan, Norway, Germany and China. Public collections in the United States include Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park, Hamilton, Ohio, Grounds for Sculpture, New Jersey, Skokie North Shore Sculpture Park, H. F. Johnson Museum at Cornell University, The New York Public Library, Rutgers University and the PepsiCo Collection in Purchase, New York.


Big Zoot Suit 121"x32"x32"
                   "Gigue 7"  2013   7"x12"x8"
"Aria Da Capo"  11"x12"x8"
Bucintor 25"x17"x12"
Off Minor 200"x48"x48"
"Scherzo"  2013  35"x16"x12"