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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
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.
“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
Tuck had a retrospective exhibition at Indiana University South Bend, including eighty sculptures plus twenty-two photos of his major public sculptures. The show was called Tuck Langland: From Art Student to Young Art Professor to Professional Sculptor. The exhibit began … Continue reading
Amish Country in northern Indiana hosts a free Quilt Garden Tour every year. This year there are over 20 quilt sites, and one of those quilts includes Tuck’s Matriarch sculpture in the center of it. The Premier Arts quilt is … Continue reading
One sure sign of spring at Wellfield Gardens, in Elkhart, Indiana, is when the water is turned on for Tuck’s water feature. The figure is of Tethys, the Goddess of the Source of Fresh Water. Water overflows from her scallop … Continue reading
Tuck’s sculpture, Matriarch, now stands in the lobby of the beautifully restored, historic Lerner Theater building. In Elkhart, Indiana. In part, it is there to help celebrate the world premier of Harriet the Musical, about Harriet Tubman. The musical was … Continue reading