Twin Peaks & The Hawk - Giclee Print
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This ledger painting was inspired by the role of Deputy Hawk, also simply called "The Hawk", played by Michael Horse in the television series Twin Peaks.
In this giclee print, the man is The Hawk in his traditional regalia and the hawk above him is his protector. He is praying and singing to the sacred mountains called Twin Peaks in the state of Washington. Owls are meaningful in the television series, Twin Peaks, and are said to know everything. The smaller log leaning up against the tree, which gave answers to Deputy Hawk, was left there by the Log Lady, an important character in the series. The black lodge above the mountains was a place of medicine, also important in the series. The spaceship above the mountains is keeping an eye on all things Twin Peaks.
Document: Map of Washington State, ca. 1940s
Dimensions of actual image: 11.5" H x 13.437" W (image is on 12" H x 16" W white paper - details below)
This giclee print was created to high standards of reproduction with materials tested by Wilhelm-Research to resist fading and discoloration in excess of sixty years. The conversation grade paper has a weight of 290 gsm and a caliper of 19 mils. Composed of one-hundred percent cotton fiber, the paper is acid and lignin free and milled in Italy.