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Twin Peaks Inspired Art At Oh, You Are Sick Exhibition

Oh, You Are Sick… is a group exhibition dedicated entirely to David Lynch, and currently on view at the Phone Booth Gallery in Long Beach. Named after a quote from Lynch’s first feature-length film, Eraserhead, the art show features the work of following artists:

Oh, You Are Sick... An Art Show Dedicated to David Lynch

  • Ryan Milner
  • Tom Jackson
  • Corrine Walton
  • John Ottinger
  • Joel Zuercher
  • Adam Isaac Jackson
  • Handiedan
  • Bryan Schnelle
  • Craww
  • David Owen
  • {THS}
  • Nick Marquez
  • Rich Kelly
  • John P. Wales
  • Christian Orozco
  • David Atkinson
  • Aurora Armijo
  • Famous When Dead
  • Kevin Bannister
  • Garry Booth
  • Lora Zombie
  • Scott Flanders
  • Harry Diaz

Here are the Twin Peaks inspired pieces from the show:

Prom Queen by {THS}

Prom Queen by {THS}

The Owls Are Not What They Seem by {THS}

The Owls Are Not What They Seem by {THS}

Lynch by Lora Zombie

Lynch by Lora Zombie

What About Bob by David Atkinson

What About Bob by David Atkinson

Dream of Coffee and Pie by John P. Wales

Dream of Coffee and Pie by John P. Wales

Check out the other works here (and yes, they are for sale), or catch the Oh, You Are Sick exhibition in real life until April 9, 2011 at the Phone Booth Gallery (2533 East Broadway, Long Beach, CA 90803). Open Saturdays 12-6pm or weekdays by appointment. Photos from the actual show can be found on the gallery’s blog.

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Twin Peaks Inspired Art At Oh, You Are Sick Exhibition

An overview of the Twin Peaks inspired pieces at Oh, You Are Sick, an art show dedicated to David Lynch.