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 Tom Lubchenco  (1947 - 2002)

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Lived/Active: Colorado      Known for: portrait, figure, still life

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Painter Tom Lubchenco, born in 1947, was shot to death June 16, 2002 by a man attempting to rob a Wal-Mart in Glenwood Springs, Colorado where the artist had recently been employed.

He was a self-taught, forceful painter with a strong realistic bent. His work ran a gamut of styles from an illustrational "Luke and Tom West of State Bridge," to an intensely realistic "Judith and Holofernes," a starkly direct, Paula Modersohn-Becker-like "Enfant Terrible" -- a painting of a belligerent child -- to a cartoon Mickey Mouse. An avid fly fisherman, his still-lifes of trout are strongly, expressively painted.

It is clear from his work, that Lubchenco had a passion for making art from reality, and he did so with character, profundity and a fiery creative temperament. One can also deduce this from the painters of the past he admired, like Jan Vermeer, Joseph Turner, Thomas Moran, Paul Cezanne and Pablo Picasso. Their power and individuality of statement and, at least in the first four, intense commitment to realism, reflected Lubchenco's own feelings and artistic direction.

While his premature death did not allow a broader exhibition of his work, Tom Lubchenco's exhibition resume includes:

2002 Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts All Member Show (award)
2001 Contemporary Colorado Juried Invitational in Grand Junction, CO
2001 Four Perspectives Exhibition, Main Street Gallery, Glenwood Springs, CO
2001 Boulder Art Association 10th Annual National Juried Show
2001 Valley Visual Arts Show (award)
2000 Realism Today Exhibition, John Pence Gallery, San Francisco
2000 Glenwood Springs Fall Art Festival (award)
1999 Glenwood Springs Fall Art Festival (award)
1999 Valley Visual Arts Show (award)
1998 Glenwood Springs Fall Art Festival (award)

Source: American Artist Magazine, May 2003

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