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Tuesday
Mar252014

Curio: David Lynch at Spoke Art

Alexa here.  I couldn't let the week pass without posting about a show that runs through this week at Spoke Art Gallery in San Fransicso: In Dreams, an art show tribute to David Lynch.  Following past tribute shows to Wes Andserson and Martin Scorsese, Spoke is now featuring the works of more than 50 artist fans of the coffee-loving cult icon. Reckoning with Lynch's work must have caused a collective plumbing of subconscious depths because the show features some of the most hypnotic tribute art I've seen in awhile. All works are available for viewing, and purchase, here.  

What follows are a few of my favorites...

Sam Gilbey. This is the Girl. Fine art giclee, edition of 30.


Jason D'Aquino. The Packard Saw Mill. Graphite on found matchbook.

Akira Beard. Elephant Man Headpiece. Watercolor on yupo paper.


David Moscati. Dune. Color screen print with copper metallic ink.


Guillaume Morellec. Blue Velvet. Fine art giclee, edition of 40.


Kate Zambrano. We Met Before, Haven't We? Oil on panel.Peter Adamyan. A Case For Eugenics. Oil on wood relief.


Joel Daniel Phillips. David's Lunch. Charcoal and graphite on paper.

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Reader Comments (2)

The Mulholland Drive piece is great. The potrait of Lynch looks nothing like him though!

March 25, 2014 | Unregistered Commenterjohn

john -- oh i think it does. the hair is great at any rate. the eyes...maybe the nose is too wide? hmmm

the elephant man one freaks me out

March 25, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterNathaniel R

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