Pictures From The Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me Art Exhibition Opening

When Rob Wilson, curator of the Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me anniversary exhibtion, tweeted that the opening night was “like a dream“, he wasn’t exaggerating.

Surrounded by tons of gorgeous art and actual Twin Peaks royalty in attendance, every single attendee probably had to pinch himself to verify whether he was “living inside a dream” or not. Thanks to on-set still photographer, Paula Shimatsu-U, cast members Sherilyn Fenn, Sheryl Lee, James Marshall, Kimmy Robertson, Lenny Von Dohlen, Connie Woods, and Billy Zane all stopped by. Even Mark Frost was spotted at CoproGallery, enjoying the works of art he and David Lynch personally inspired.

The exhibition runs through May 12th 2012 at CoproGallery, Bergamot Arts Complex, 2525 Michigan Ave T5, Santa Monica. But if you can’t make it, there’s always our preview.

Thanks to everyone who shared the pictures I’ve included below. Let me know in the comments where I can find your photos or video(s) if you want to add them to this gallery!

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me 20th Anniversary Art Exhibition
Photo by Sparrow Fox
Line outside CoproGallery.
Line outside CoproGallery. Photo by @screenwriterjd.
Line outside CoproGallery
Line outside CoproGallery. Photo by @screenwriterjd.
Shag
An Old Woman And Her Grandson by Shag. Photo by Eric Taylor
Donuts
Donuts before... and 10 minutes after. Photo by Cherie Savoie.
Sheryl Lee with artist Keith Weesner.
Sheryl Lee with artist Keith Weesner.
Sheryl Lee with artist Keith Weesner.
Sherylin Fenn with artist Keith Weesner.
James Marshall
James Marshall. Photo by @melorailiana.
Bruce Bickford - Double R
Bruce Bickford - Double R. Photo by @melorailiana.
Red Room floor
Photo by Sparrow Fox
Grace Zabriskie
Grace Zabriskie. Photo by Sparrow Fox
Colin Christian - Dark Pie
Colin Christian - Dark Pie. Photo by Sam Randazzo
Tim Biskup - Audrey
Tim Biskup - Audrey. Photo by Rick E.
Colin Christian - Dark Pie
Colin Christian - Dark Pie. Photo by Rick E.
Sheryl Lee
Sheryl Lee. Phoyo by Miliken Gardner
Rick Zar & Meesha Goldberg - One-Eyed Jack
Rick Zar & Meesha Goldberg - One-Eyed Jack. Photo by Kalin December.
Audrey.
Audrey. Photo by Sparrow Fox.
Bruce Bickford - Double R
Bruce Bickford - Double R. Photo by Sparrow Fox.
Bruce Bickford.
Bruce Bickford. Photo by Sparrow Fox.
Fire Walk With Me
Fire Walk With Me. Photo by @amarquez.
Colin Christian - Dark Pie
Colin Christian - Dark Pie. Photo by @amarquez.
Carlos Ramos - And the Angel's Wouldn't Help You
Sheryl Lee posing next to Carlos Ramos' And the Angel's Wouldn't Help You.
Sheryl Lee
Sheryl Lee. Photo by Jasmine Worth.
Colin Christian - Dark Pie
Colin Christian - Dark Pie. Photo by Charles Schneider.
Pamela Wilson - I Thought You Knew
Pamela Wilson - I Thought You Knew. Photo by Holly Payne.
Rick Zar - The Bang Bang Bar
Rick Zar - The Bang Bang Bar. Photo by Holly Payne.
Lil' the dancer projection
Photo by Holly Payne.
Sheryl Lee with Tim Biskup.
Sheryl Lee with Tim Biskup.
Outside CoproGallery.
Outside CoproGallery. Photo by Sean Byron.
Crispy Truck's menu
Crispy Truck's menu. Photo by Jason (@garmonbozia)
Inside CoproGallery.
Inside CoproGallery. By @screenwriterjd.
CoproGallery FWWM20
Inside CoproGallery. By @screenwriterjd.
Bruce Bickford - Twin Peaks
Bruce Bickford - Twin Peaks. Photo by @screenwriterjd.
Artist Brian Viveros with Sherilyn Fenn
Artist Brian Viveros with Sherilyn Fenn. Photo by @rookbrand.

Artist Brian Viveros with Sheryl Lee
Artist Brian Viveros with Sheryl Lee. Photo by @rookbrand.

Pieter Dom

Written by Pieter Dom

Founder and curator of Welcome to Twin Peaks since 2011. Bobsessed since March 1991.

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  1. Amazing.. I wish I could see the exhibition for myself, but it’s a bit far away unfortunately.
    Thank you so much for sharing!

  2. Did you ever post the Bruce Bickford’s Twin Peaks claymation video which is on youtube? It’d be good to share his work with more people. He even said that he would like to have worked in some way with David Lynch, perhaps in some multi-media fashion. Make it happen? If it’s supposed to, anyway.

  3. The fact that Lynch is revisiting Twin Peaks is promising, even if BB only had a cameo or something, I think that’d be great, he’s obviously affected and influenced by TP and/or DL.

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