David Lynch – New Paintings

This just in from the David Lynch Foundation. Scroll down to watch the new video they put together for, “David Lynch: New Paintings,” an exhibition held during the last part of 2009 at the William Griffin Gallery in Santa Monica, California. The video contains segments of interviews with Laura Dern and Roger Corman among others. Lynch himself discusses the core foundation of the creative mind.

David Lynch - Change the Fuckin' Channel Fuckface - 2009
David Lynch, Change the Fuckin’ Channel Fuckface, mixed media, 2009.

David Lynch - I Burn Pinecone Throw in Your House - 2009
David Lynch, I Burn Pinecone Throw in Your House, mixed media, 2009.

David Lynch - painting detail - 2009
David Lynch, painting detail, mixed media, 2009.



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Scott Lickstein is a visual artist and was the founder / primary writer for the art news source, LookIntoMyOwl.com until January 2013 when it merged with NOWhere Limited’s Magazine.


5 Responses to David Lynch – New Paintings

  1. ian Gamache says:

    I got to get me some cardboard.

  2. Caio Fernandes says:

    yes , i’ve seen it .
    they great !

  3. doghed says:

    i find the burned pine cone painting so charming. i like the lights within it also. it almost looks like he used a wood-burning tool to carve the letters. i really enjoyed this post, thank you!

  4. Elisha says:

    Awhile back i saw a documentary about him, simply called “Lynch.” (Highly recommend it!) I think it was in this doc that he said something that stuck in my head. It was to the effect of how difficult it is to be creative if you are in even the slightest amount of pain. I never really thought about that before, but he may be onto something there. In any case, i like the idea of dispelling the myth that artists must be anguished in some way to make good work.

    Also, as i “tweeted” yesterday, it’s great that he’s so excited about cardboard!

  5. ian gamache says:

    Great post. Thanx.

    Ian

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