David Kasman is best known for his bronze sculptures as well as his direct observation oil paintings of beaches, Boston and Maine. He earned a Bachelor’s degree from Cornell University in Mechanical Engineering. While at Cornell, he studied sculpture with Jonathan Squire and Jim Cole. At that time, he created wood, abstract sculptures, and he was also reintroduced to representational modeling in clay, something he had enjoyed as a young boy.
From 1985-1999 he ran the family business, designing and manufacturing laboratory instruments, including the well known MEL-TEMP®, melting point apparatus, which was invented by his father, Sidney. During those years, he invented and patented several additional instruments for use by scientists. At night and on weekends, he used the large, open space of the companies’ warehouse to create sculptures with live models. Kasman's paintings and sculptures are in numerous prominent collections.
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