About David Klass
David Klass studied art and architecture at Pratt Institute. Upon graduation he apprenticed with the noted American artist, Theodore Roszak, assisting in the fabrication and installation of public art works for the city of New York. Subsequently, he founded his own studio and began designing works commissioned by such diverse institutions as the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC, The Rochester Holocaust Memorial, and the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers. He has worked with numerous committees and associations, as well as collective and individual patrons. He is known for facilitating communication so that his clients are happy with both the process and the final outcome.
Mr. Klass is well regarded for his original compositions, both figurative and abstract, and for his versatility of materials: marble, clay, bronze, wood, and metals. He has won numerous awards including The AIA Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art and Architecture. Several articles about his work and his studio have appeared in The New York Times.
Mr. Klass is a member of the National Sculpture Society, and teaches at the New York Academy of Art in NYC.