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|Alma mater||Carnegie Mellon University and Yale University|
Raymond Kaskey (born 1943) is an American sculptor. He was born in Pittsburgh. He studied architecture at Carnegie Mellon University and Yale University. A fellow of the American Institute of Architects, he has received the prestigious Henry Hering Medal from the National Sculpture Society for his sculpture Portlandia, as well as many other awards and commissions nationwide.
Kaskey is also known for the zealousness with which he guards the copyright of his public sculptures, which has created problems for commissioning organizations and the public. For example, he won a lawsuit against Paramount Pictures over the inclusion of his statue Portlandia in background shots to the Madonna film Body of Evidence.
- Portlandia, Portland, Oregon
- Windy City Man, Chicago, Ill.
- Owls, Chicago, Ill.
- Gem of the Lakes, Chicago, Ill.
- Sculptures on the Square, Charlotte, N.C.
- Queen Charlotte, Charlotte, N.C.
- Law Enforcement Memorial, D.C.
- Hand of Noah, Silver Spring, Md.
- Art Rooney statue at Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
- Justice Delayed, Justice Denied – a statue of Blind Justice and decorative reliefs at United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Alexandria, Virginia
- Bronze components for the National World War II Memorial, Washington, D.C.
- Bancud, Michaela (May 26, 2003). "Your best shot at a perfectly sculpted figure". Portland Tribune. Retrieved 2012-11-14.
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