Copyright 2013. Richard Tucker, Sculptor. All Rights Reserved.
I love to study and observe nature and when I do a new subject I try to be true to the physical characteristics as well as the personality of the animal. See the Wildlife page.
I love the romance of history and seek to show the drama and adventure from the past.
See the History page.
These models in clay will become bronze. There is a special price if the patron pays for the piece before it goes to the foundry. See Models in Clay.
I have recently developed a sculpture garden next to my studio. If you are in the Custer area, give me a call and come visit.
An example of how I love to make a subject come alive, "The Reluctant Pilgrim" depicts a Texas Cowboy attempting to rope a Longhorn and coax him up the Great Western Trail to Deadwood in the 1880's
I did my first bronze sculpture in 1977 and havebeen a professional since 1993. It is highly rewarding to finish a piece and even more so when someone like a child appreciates it.
Workshop at my studio: Basic Sculpting with Plastiline
Clay. Hands on clay modeling from armatures to texture.