Cultivator is pleased to present two solo art exhibitions during Bray Grove Farm's Autumn Farm Day.
Kim Piotrowski's outdoor exhibition, Have and Hold is part of the international event, the Terrain Biennial. With her lyrical brush strokes, Piotrowski utilizes the farm setting to further explore scale and materials while addressing meaning and purpose in the human attachment for caretaking. She combines a limited color palette with the environment, featuring a grand site-specific 152 foot painting wrapped around the windbreak trees and a pathway of paintings through the farm field.
Eric Scott Fisher presents three films in our attic space. Electric Sermon features the "Power Preacher" in a digitally animated collage. Reign of the Umbrella Men, recently shown at the Midwest Waterways Short Film Festival, questions man's daily fate. His latest film, Broken Words, further explores Fisher's montages of animation, color, and texture, with intrigue and humor, inviting the viewer's interpretations and connections.
Please rsvp and join us on Sunday, October 13th from 2- 5pm for art and conversation, with a casual farm tour. Bray Grove Farm is located 70 miles southwest of Chicago in Grundy County. To confirm your attendance and receive directions and parking information, please email email@example.com.
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