Sunday, April 26, 2015


By Gregory Disney-Britton
As advocates for the art of the religious imagination, we often seek out artists who explore the mysteries that come from wandering in the wilderness. In his current show at Linda Warren Projects, Tom Torluemke applies colorful strokes of sexuality with social commentary to capture that spirit. He describes himself as often feeling "exposed, uncertain and not able to find what I’m searching for," but in this he is both a journeyman and master conductor. He even recommended "Commonweal," a Catholic magazine he regularly reads. Wandering in a world that values clarity is what makes "Blind Man's Bluff" exhibit by Tom Torleumke my NEWS OF WEEK. Thanks!

In other religious art news from across the USA, and around the world:
Do you like what you see? Please share our monthly e-news; and follow us weekly on Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, or Soundcloud. Each November 1st, we also accept donations to support the religious work of artists at