We’re not saying Twin Peaks wasn’t a big deal when it was actually on the air, for only two seasons from 1990 to 1991. But David Lynch’s eerie TV series has become a full-blown cult classic in the two decades it’s been off the air. Clifton’s Brookdale, in Los Angeles, is celebrating its cultural impact this weekend with In the Trees: Twin Peaks 20th Anniversary Art Exhibition, featuring some breathtaking art inspired by the show — including pieces by Grace Zabriskie (better known to TP fans as Sarah Palmer), Richard Beymer (Benjamin Horne), and seven prints by Lynch himself.
California readers who want to get up close and personal with the art should click over to Flavorpill for details and be sure to mark your calendars: it opens tomorrow night (February 12th) and closes Sunday afternoon. For details on how to buy the art, visit the exhibition’s website. Preview the show — and get a sneak peek at Lynch’s map of Twin Peaks — after the jump.
David Lynch, Twin Peaks Map
Amy Casey, a small logging town
Chris Mars, Mrs. Lanterman’s Daughter
Tim Biskup, Walk with Bob
Ryan Heshka, Wow Bob Wow/Coffee Coffee
Scott Campbell, Concentrating on the J’s
Paul Chatem, A Damn Good Cup of Coffee
Chris Mars, Slaves and Masters
Glenn Barr, She Said
Elizabeth McGrath, Crystal Deer
Jessica Josslin, Cooper
Stella Im Hultberg, Audrey
Margaret Meyer, The Owls Are Not What They Seem