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THE TUCK LANGLAND COLLECTION: A BIOGRAPHY IN SCULPTURE The Midwest Museum of American Art in Elkhart, Indiana is current presenting The Tuck Langland Collection: A Biography in Sculpture. This exhibition includes Tuck’s sculptures, drawings, and photos of his public sculptures … Continue reading
A veteran types with Ernie Pyle at the first National Ernie Pyle Day celebration at Indiana University in Bloomington. As part of the event, Tuck stood by his 2014 sculpture, Ernie Pyle at Work, to explain it and answer questions. … Continue reading
After attending the National Ernie Pyle Day celebration at Indiana University, Tuck checked on his sculpture of former president Herman B Wells. The university does a perfect job of keeping it cleaned and polished.
John Coleman, dean of the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Minnesota, just announced that Tuck has been selected to receive the Alumni of Notable Achievement award at a ceremony in June. Only one percent of CLA alumni … Continue reading
Tuck’s solo sculpture exhibition, “Maquette to Monument,” at the Lafayette (IN) Museum of Art opens May 11 and closes September 2, 2018. Near the art museum is the Haan Museum of Indiana Art. Visit their sculpture garden to see more … Continue reading
Tuck Langland held an exhibition called “Surprise,” which featured his abstract sculpture, despite his being a figurative artist. Now, for an even bigger surprise, how about something which isn’t even sculpture? Tuck’s latest effort is a book he wrote called … Continue reading
People who have followed Tuck’s career for many decades recently got a new look into his thinking at the solo show, Surprise! Abstract Sculptures by Tuck Langland. The exhibition will continue at Fire Arts in downtown South Bend, Indiana until … Continue reading
The Dowagiac Chamber of Commerce sent out this photo showing Tuck’s sculpture, Solitude, framed by a wreath of ice during the Annual Ice Sculpture Festival last weekend.
After this sculpture was unveiled, four hundred people came forward to link hands with the sculpture and with one another while Tuck led us in singing We Shall Overcome. If we could bottle that feel-good community moment, there would be … Continue reading