Solo Exhibition - Cultivator at Bray Grove Farm
Monday, Memorial Day, May 28, 2018, 2-5pm. Please rsvp.
Cultivator is pleased to present an exhibition by Tom Torluemke at Bray Grove Farm. Known for his intense paintings, sculptures, and installations addressing socio-political themes, he is equally adept depicting his love of nature and the environment. Torluemke will spend several days painting plein-air at Bray Grove Farm, then the pieces will be displayed in situ during our event. Given his mastery at harnessing the activities of a moment in time, we look forward to the paintings resulting from his experiences on our farm.
Please rsvp and join us on Monday, Memorial Day, May 28th from 2-5pm for art and conversation. Bray Grove Farm is located 70 miles southwest of Chicago in Grundy county. To confirm your attendance and receive directions and parking information, email.
Tom Torluemke (born, Chicago, Illinois) is an Indiana based, contemporary American artist. His practice spans 30 years and includes works in painting, drawing, sculpture and installations in a variety of mediums. He is known for his powerful, no holds barred approach to subject matter relating to socio-political, ethical and humanistic themes.
In addition to numerous solo and group exhibitions with Linda Warren Projects, Chicago, other highlights include: “Fearsome Fable – Tolerable Truth” at the Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago; “After Glow” at The Chicago Cultural Center; “The Inland See: Contemporary Art Around Lake Michigan”, curated by James Yood; “In the Company of Strangers” at the Brauer Museum of Art, Valparaiso, Indiana; “Bounce” at the South Bend Regional Museum of Art in South Bend, Indiana; “Peace in the Arts” Baíhai International Peace Conference in San Francisco; “The Alabama Watercolor Society Exhibition” at the Birmingham Museum of Art; and the “In Indiana” series at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Click on thumbnails below to see images of Tom Torluemke's exhibition, "Time Well Spent"
Top Image: Lining Up For A Drink, 16 x 20 inches, acrylic on canvas, 2018
Photo credit: Linda Dorman