Underneath The Sycamore Trees: Return To Twin PeaksBy Shawn Baker / Wednesday, February 16th, 2011
“…and it’s like I fell into a dream…”
David Lynch’s peerless Twin Peaks — the autumn-hued, gauzily dreamy, swooningly romantic, endlessly quotable, and shudderingly scary series that gave birth to the new wave of culty ’90s network TV — turns twenty this year.
This past weekend, the artist collective In The Trees held a banner event to commemorate the occasion at L.A.’s Clifton’s Cafeteria — a woodland-bedecked eatery that proves trees don’t just grow in Brooklyn.
Take a gander here to bear witness to the incredible array of curios on exhibition. Between Paul Chatem’s mind-bending A Damn Good Cup of Coffee, Grace Zabriskie’s eerie decoupages, Tim Biskup’s Walk with Bob, and Amy Casey’s A Small Logging Town, I’m positively evergreen with envy that I couldn’t be there.
Still, the Stendhal Syndrome is kicking in nicely.
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