On the Walls

The new season of Twin Peaks has displayed an important number of paintings and pictures on various walls since its first episode – already more than 50 in 12 episodes! Putting them all together in a gallery is interesting because it helps uncover their coherency. The vast majority of them are either composed of flowers or ¬†landscapes (a high contrast with the picture of an atomic explosion behind Gordon Cole’s desk).

Aside from several portraits (Franz Kafka, Bushnell Mullins) and animals (fish), the overall feeling is that of a peaceful Arcadia, a land of plenty which one does not find in the episodes themselves, corrupted by the forces of evil.

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