David Kasman is best known for his bronze sculptures and his oil paintings of beaches, Boston and Maine. He earned a Bachelor’s degree from Cornell University in Mechanical Engineering, where he studied sculpture with Jonathan Squire and Jim Cole. In 1998 he won the 1st place award, the Roger T. Williams prize, at the National Sculpture Competition. Kasman was accepted to the Copley Society of Art in 2002 where his sculptures were featured in a ground breaking 2014 solo show. He was awarded a residency at the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center in September of 2008. In 2011 his monumental bronze sculpture, Resurgence, was unveiled in Harvard Square. Kasman's work is shown continuously in galleries across the Northeast. His paintings and sculptures are in many prominent collections which include: The Bush Family, Jamie Wyeth, Ernie Boch Jr, Jack Connors Jr,
Remak Ramsay, Joseph and Kathy O'Donnell.