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The Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me 20th Anniversary Group Art Exhibition is hands down the grandest Twin Peaks-inspired art show ever. Even bigger than its last year’s predecessor, In The Trees. The movie tribute exhibit, curated by Rob Wilson in association with David Lynch, features the works of dozens of artists from across the globe, all influenced by the wonderful universe created by David Lynch and Mark Frost. And the contributions are nothing short of spectacular, or terrifying, or downright gorgeous! I already dropped a few previews on Twitter, Facebook and this blog, but here are allof the finished art pieces that have been published so far. I’ll update this post as soon as I get my hands on the remaining ones.
If you can, go see these works in real life at the exhibit’s opening reception on Saturday, April 21 (8:00–11:30 PM), or any time during the opening hours of the Copro Gallery – Bergamot Station until May 12th 2012. For purchase details, look here.
Feel free to leave your top 3 of favorite pieces in the comments!
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My top three are:
Really difficult to choose. Amazing pieces!!
Thank you so much for sharing……..
Some amazing pieces that I hope get some prints made for the rest of us.
Dan Quintana – Red Room
Chris Mars – Bureau Chief Gordon Cole
Martin Wittfooth – Fire Walk With Me
Damn, the Twin Peaks Anniversary show at Copro Gallery is looking really impressive. Happy to be taking part. http://t.co/Fe6KxOGy
All so awesome spooky perfect fit.
Hard to pick a favourite. But “An Old Woman and her Grandson” is my Facebook cover currently.
Twin Peaks art. Wow, some of these are really great! @ThatsOurWaldo: #fwwm20 http://t.co/0oJgthUl
Well then, some of this Twin Peaks exhibition is gorgeous: http://t.co/6WzAUM7Y And in pissing California.
This is a must see for Twin Peaks fans, Fire Walk With Me anniversary gallery & artwork. Beautiful! Via @CinemaMuseum http://t.co/0LxEDAcy
My Top Five:
1. Scott Campbell – The Peek (I LOVE IT!)
2. Chris Buzelli – Laura
3. Shag – An Old Woman and Her Grandson
4. Jessica Joslin – Waldo
5. Rick Zar & Meesha Golderg – One Eyed Jack Neon Sign
Good grief, Shag is so good, all the time. http://t.co/pDYyv8nF via @ThatsOurWaldo
The Owls Are Not What They Seem. Some SERIOUSLY cool #TwinPeaks art!!! http://t.co/OflwZKWw
Wow! Just simply amazing work here by everyone, a true vision outside the box 🙂
“The Voice Of Love” is my favorite, but every piece of #TwinPeaks artwork here is wonderful. http://t.co/pNiWNHR1 http://t.co/g4Q0D0x6
Can feel another huge Twin Peaks binge coming on, fuelled by coffee, Badalamenti and this: http://t.co/HpdQbRLK
Amazing, amazing stuff. I live in the UK so can’t get there. Is there going to be a book to accompany it that I can buy?
1. Dan May Owls are not what they seem (already purchased the limited addition prints a couple weeks ago.
2. Lori Earley Delverance
3. Tie Chet Zar Bob and Jeff McMillian Pine Float
Wish I could have been there, I leave in California about 7 hours from there, I saved my money for the Twin Peaks 20th anniversary Festival in No. Bend Washington this August. Its much further, but I waited 20 years to go. LOL
I have orgasmed from my eyes & brain #TwinPeaks http://t.co/FHUdGPZU via @lorna_avery