John Tuska

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John Tuska (1931 – 1998) was an American artist and educator. He was best known as a sculptor and potter, but also as a draftsman, painter, designer and photographer.[1] Tuska was born in Yukon, Pennsylvania, as the eighth of ten children. He was a professor at the University of Kentucky. His classes and workshops (for the general public), had brought art to a wider audience. Tuska's body of work can be found in collections and public spaces, both regionally and internationally.[1]


  1. ^ a b Eblen, Tom (September 28, 2008). "Sculptor John Tuska's son ensures that his father's work lives on". Kentucky, Lexington Herald. Retrieved 2009-06-27.