Inspired by the character of Josie Packard, played by Joan Chen, on the Twin Peaks TV show, directed by David Lynch.
Size: 9.5″ x 14″
Medium: Gouache on a log slice, varnished.
Geisha – The word consists of two kanji, 芸 (gei) meaning “art” and 者 (sha) meaning “person” or “doer”. The most literal translation of geisha into English would be “artist,” “performing artist,” or “artisan.”
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Explore the eerie, dark and surreal world of director David Lynch in Roll Up Gallery’s Halloween exhibition.
The artworks incorporate Lynch’s weird sensibility, reflected as such in his films ‘Eraserhead,’ Mulholland Drive,’ and TV series ‘Twin Peaks’ (to name a few.) An installation replica of The Black Lodge from Twin Peaks will be also be on display for your “investigation.”COSTUME CONTEST: Best Lynch-inspired get-up to walk through the gallery receives a special prize!
Opening Reception: Friday, October 26th, 6:00 to 9:00 pm
(On exhibition through Nov.8th, by appointment)
Public Works Roll-Up Gallery
161 Erie Street (Off Mission St. between Duboce & 14th St.), San Francisco
Margaret Lanterman, better known as the Log Lady, is a character in the television series Twin Peaks (1990–1991), created by Mark Frost and David Lynch. The character makes semi-regular appearances in both seasons, and is played by Catherine E. Coulson.
Title: Saint Laura, of the Order of the Twin Peaks
Twin Peaks is an American television serial drama created by David Lynch and Mark Frost. The series follows the investigation headed by FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper of the murder of a popular teenager and homecoming queen, Laura Palmer. She was found dead, wrapped in plastic.