9 Damn Fine Pieces Of “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me” Art

The “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me” 20th Anniversary group art exhibit features the works of dozens of artists from across the globe, all influenced by the wonderful universe created by David Lynch and Mark Frost. Here are of 9 “damn fine” contributions.


Dan May - The Owls Are Not What They Seem (20” X 16” acrylic on wood panel)


Brian Viveros - The Blue Rose (Lil the Dancer, 24” x 18” / framed 29” x 23” oil on maple board)


Martin Wittfooth - Fire Walk With Me (36” x 22” oil on canvas)

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Shag - An Old Woman And Her Grandson


Esao Andrews - White Horse (18” x 18” oil on wood)


Chris Mars - Special Agent Gordon Cole (10” x 8” oil on board)


Dan Quintana - Red Room (24” x 17” oil on wood)


Chris Buzelli - Laura (20” x 16 ” oil on panel)


Scott Campbell - The Peek (14” x 11” watercolor on paper)

Visit Welcome to Twin Peaks for the full preview. The tribute exhibition runs from April 21 through May 12, 2012 at Copro Gallery – Bergamot Station in Santa Monica, CA.

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