Raymond Kaskey

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Raymond Kaskey
Alma materCarnegie Mellon University and Yale University
Known forsculpture
Notable work

Raymond Kaskey (born 1943) is an American sculptor and architect who created Portlandia, a copper statue in Portland, Oregon.[1] Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he studied architecture at Carnegie Mellon University[2] and Yale University. A fellow of the American Institute of Architects, he received the Henry Hering Medal from the National Sculpture Society for Portlandia.[3][4]

Kaskey has threatened lawsuits against those who use portrayals of his work for commercial purposes.[5]



  1. ^ a b Grooms, Thomas B. (2004). World War II Memorial, Washington, D.C. American Battle Monuments Commission; U.S. General Services Administration. p. 1984. OCLC 1135191273.
  2. ^ "WWII Memorial: The "High Point" of Raymond Kaskey's Career". Carnegie Mellon University. June 1, 2004.
  3. ^ Sculpture Review. 35: 37. 1986. ISSN 0028-0127. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  4. ^ Who's Who in American Art 2003-2004. Marquis Whos Who. 2003. p. 624. ISBN 978-0-8379-6304-4.
  5. ^ Locanthi, John (September 4, 2014). "So Sue Us". Willamette Week. Retrieved 2020-04-30.

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