Tuck Langland

Sculptor, Founding Artist

(specializing in large public sculpture, small awards, & portraits in bronze)Tuck is a professional sculptor with a national reputation who works at Fire Arts and mentors its emerging sculptors. He has work in thirteen museums, and his public sculptures are seen across the country. In recent years, he has also been involved with international projects. Tuck's sculptures for the home and garden are on display at Fire Arts. They include Women of the World - particularly Africans, a variety of dancers, and his new passion, Greek portraits and figures. Tuck is a member of the National Academy and a fellow in the National Sculpture Society.

  • Breeze
  • Federal Reserve Bank
  • New Life
  • 11' 8"

Diana Diana
"Diana the Huntress"

"Tuck Langland Retrospective"
2016 IUSB Art Gallery

Moon Beam Moon Beam
"Moon Beam" Bone China


Tuck's bronze sculpture of "James Oliver" , creator of the world famous Oliver Chilled plows of South Bend. It was dedicated in 2011 and can be seen off Chapin Ave. east of Rose Brick & Materials (the old Oliver factory powerhouse)