“In Dreams” A David Lynch Artshow

March 6, 2014

Spoke Art is well known for it’s amazing themed shows. This March they will be hosting an exhibition themed around the work of David Lynch. I am excited to have been asked to be a part of this show and humbled to be included among such an amazing cast of artists. More info about the show itself follows:

Spoke Art is proud to announce our first ever David Lynch- inspired art exhibition, In Dreams. The show features a dynamic range of artwork influenced by the prolific and innovative films of director David Lynch. Comprised of over 50 artists from around the globe, each of the exhibited works evoke the emotional complexities and stylistic ventures of Lynch’s work through a variety of mediums, such as painting, sculptures and limited edition fine art prints.

Often defying the conventions of filmmaking, the films of David Lynch feature all-too-familiar worlds that, beneath their vibrant exteriors, guard unthinkable secrets. From the desolate and disturbing darkness of Eraserhead (1977) to the unspoken evils of a small town in the cult classic TV series Twin Peaks (1990), In Dreams presents a closer look into the unsettling, yet hypnotizing realm of Lynch’s cinematic repertoire

Participating artists include Akira Beard, Alex Kirzhener, Allison Reimold, Audrey, Pongracz, Christine Hostetler, Cuyler Smith, Dave MacDowell, Epyon 5, Jason D’Aquino, Joel Daniel Phillips, Joemur, Johannah O’Donnell, John Wentz, Jonathan Wayshack, Kate Copeland, Kate Zambrano, Kelly Mckernan, Ken Davis, Kukula, Mandy Tsung, Matt Macabre, Meggs, Meghan Stratman, Michael Ramstead, Peter Adamyan, Rich Pellegrino, Rodrigo Cifuentes, Sandi Calistro, Sarah Joncas, Scarecrowoven, Veronica Fish, Zach Tutor, Evan B Harris, Fugscreens Studios, Matt Ritchie, Cuddly Rigor Mortis , Rebecca Rose, Tessa Morrison, Geoff Trapp, Guillaume Morellec, Adam Maida, Bartosz Kosowski, Blunt Graffix, Brian Methe, Chuck Sperry, Clint Wilson, David Moscati, Fernando Reza, Jermaine Rogers, Joshua Budich, Lauren Gregg, Matthew Skiff, Rhys Cooper, Sam Gilbey, Shaun Lynch, Tim Jordan, Mat Weller, Matt Chase, Ruel Pascual

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And without further ado, I created a piece called “Henry Spencer”. It is a three color screenprint (all metallic), 18×24:

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Online sales begin on Monday, March 10 –  so head on over to Spoke Art

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