Iowa-born sculptor John Buck (born 1946) is known for his woodblock prints, wall reliefs and three-dimensional freestanding works, over the past 10 years he has experimented with the addition of mechanical components to his wooden sculptures. A book of John Buck’s work was recently published. The 200-page book includes essays by Linda Tesner, Kenneth B. Wells, and John Yau and features 250 full-color illustrations. Published by Marquand Books and designed by Jeff Wincapaw, John Buck concentrates on the range of the artist’s work and reveals the underpinnings of his creative process.