On Wednesday, May 28, 2014 4:43 PM, David Lynch <dnl1960 at yahoo.com> wrote:

I appreciate you taking the time to talk with me. I hope that Brett can find time to sit down with me.

In the middle 1840s, my family settled in Marthasville which changed its name to Atlanta.
To this day, the oldest church in Atlanta rests on stones quarried and placed by my family.
When Sherman came to burn Atlanta, my family did not evacuate, and they lived the real gone With the Wind.
My family is from the County Meath in Ireland just like the main character in Gone With the Wind.
I am proud to be a sixth generation Atlantain.

My resume as an artist is limited to three shows at small galleries, and one show at the Hans Godo Frabel studio and gallery.
I have visited more galleries than I can remember, and I have heard more times than I want to remember,
"Oh that is beautiful, but we do not do photography.".

On 16 Sept 2003, my passion for abstract photography began.
Over the next year, my skills developed to where I could create an abstract photograph out of almost any light source.
Currently, I have over 60,000 base abstract photographs.

In the Fall of 2004, I used Photoshop to create what I call Montaj.
The abstract photographs became backgrounds for me to express my thoughts.
Out of the vast amount of abstract photographs and the numerous Montaj images, an equation emerged.
The equation uses the energy of Einstein, the force of Newton, and the logic of Socrates to describe a moment of time as infinite.
I call the equation the KnoWell.

Over the next few years, I targeted those that inspired me in my creation.
I would give them an abstract with a hand drawn KnoWell equation on the back.
I would ask for them to sign one of my abstract photographs, and I would create a Montaj marking the passage of the event.

In the Fall of 2010, I was sitting at the Salvador Dali exhibit at the High Museum.
I was amazed by the size Dali's work. Suddenly, I realized that I had created enough artwork to cover the High Museum's walls.
My computer science training took over, and I used the computer program Maya to recreate the High Museum.
For six months, two Intel I7 computers built over 36,000 images from the Maya model resulting in the LENS:2012.12.12 video.
LENS:2012.12.12 Lynch, Einstein, Newton, Socrates.

LENS: 2012.12.12. Starts with the comet Elenin flyby of the Sun, you then enter the High Museum with my self portrait facing you.
The first room has my real photography...

The video documents the evolution of my artwork.
The last room in the video shows a wall with a collection of Montaj images created from various band member's signatures.
My most recent band Montaj was created from the signatures of Alter Bridge.
Alter Bridge, Tabernacle, Atlanta Georgia 2014.4.19

In the Fall of 2006, I walked into the High Museum, and I asked to speak with the director of photography.
The security guard asked me if I had an appointment. I said no, and the guard told me that Mr Cox is a busy man.
The guard called, and within ten minutes Julian Cox was shaking my hand.

I complimented Julian for taking the time to talk with me. Without a single peace of art with me,
I pointed out that I could have been some guy with boxes of photographs to show him. Julian said that if you do not take risks in life...

As we parted ways, I shook Julian's hand and told him that one day my art will be on the High's walls.
Julian told me, "That's the Spirit."

Recently, I have archived the artwork used to create the LENS:2012.12.12 video on four MDisc Blu-Ray disks.
The MDisc is rated to last 1000 years. My hope is that the High will have a showing of my work while I am alive and can sign them.
From 2003 to 2014, I have created 3.5 terabytes of artwork organized in daily folders.
Would the High be interested in archiving one of the MDisc disk sets?

David Noel Lynch

The Art of KnoWell began with a rope light and a light bright.

Stain D Glass created for Dale Chihuly glass.

The Art of KnoWell 2007.10.26 Show at the Hans Godo Frabel Studio

Hans Godo Frabel / KnoWell, Blended Glass Show, 26 Oct 2007

Hans Godo Frabel / KnoWell, Blended Glass Show, 26 Oct 2007

High Museum, Band Room South, Signatures of those with KnoWell art.

Of which, one, 2, consider.

Beatles Revolution Lounge Mirage Las Vegas 2007.7.7

McHale and Family Bellagio 2007.7.8