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Category Archives: Public sculpture
First National Ernie Pyle Day Celebration
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
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Visiting an Old Friend
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.
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Ice Sculpture Festival in Dowagiac, MI
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.
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Sculpture on the Op-Ed Page!
Tuck’s most recent public sculpture was used as a symbol of commitment to the struggle for equal justice in Saturday’s South Bend Tribune op ed piece. In the photo, robed judges stand on both sides of the sculpture. The article … Continue reading
Posted in Public sculpture Tagged Civil Rights, Equal Justice, Father Hesburgh, Indiana, Martin Luther King Jr., Notre Dame, South Bend Indiana 2 Comments
“We Shall Overcome” to be Unveiled
“We Shall Overcome” is the name of Tuck’s newest public sculpture. It will be unveiled in downtown South Bend, Indiana this Wednesday morning, June 21, 2017, at 11 AM. The double portrait sculpture commemorates an event that happened on June … Continue reading