On Friday, March 21, 2014 11:06 AM, David Lynch <dnl1960 at yahoo.com> wrote:


May I rent the third floor of the Wieland Pavilion for an art show?

On 16 Sept 2003, I stumbled into abstract photography.
By the end of 2004, I had created over two terabytes of abstract art.
During 2005 and most of 2006, I took my artwork to more galleries than I care to remember,
and I had more rejection than I will ever forget.

In the fall of 2006, I walked into the High Museum and asked to speak with the Director of Photography.
Much to my surprise Julian Cox took the time to talk with me.
I told Julian about my family history that goes back to when Atlanta was called Marthasville,
and how my family lived in the city limits of Atlanta though the Civil War.My conversation ended with Julian on a friendly note.
I told him that one day my artwork will hang on the walls of the High museum.
Julian shook my hand telling me, "That is the spirit."

During the first few months of 2007, I decided to put the art on hold,
and I began to focus on writing a series of books. I went to the Hans Godo Frabel studio,
and I asked them to create my artist signature in Frabel glass.


When the manager looked at my signature on one of my abstracts created from Dale Chihuly glass,
he asked if I could use Frabel glass to create abstracts. After making a series of abstracts from Frabel glass,
Hans Godo Frabel decided to have a showing of my work at the his studio and gallery.
Finally a gallery put my work on their walls. Below is a link to the Frabel show flier.



Over the years 2008 and 2009, I sought out other artist that inspired me in my creation.
I would give them one of my abstracts with a personalized hard drawn KnoWell equation for a moment of time on the back.
In turn, I would get the artist's signatures and create a Montaj to mark the event.
Below is a link to a collection of musical band member's signatures.
Click on the smaller images to enlarge them.


In the Fall of 2010, I sat in the Wieland Pavilion enjoying the Salvador Dali exhibit.
Captivated by the vast amount of Dali's work, I was inspired to create a 3D computer model of the Atlanta High Museum.
In a way, living up to my words to Julian Cox, I placed my art on the walls of the virtual High Museum.
From the model, I created a video of a virtual walk through of the Atlanta High Museum showing how my art would look on the walls.
Below is a link to the video.


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 second room has my rope light and light bright images.
The third room has my Las Vegas images. The fourth room has my Chihuly images.
The fifth room has my 1 to 1 scale images. The sixth room has my Frabel images.
The seventh room has my Cathedral of Saint Phillip images. The eight room has my 3D images.
The ninth room has my Montaj images with how I derived the KnoWell.
The tenth room has my Bands images with signature wall.

Since my artwork most likely will go unnoticed in my lifetime,
I am archiving the 93 gigs of artwork needed to create the virtual Atlanta High Museum show onto MDisks.
The disks are rated at 1000 years before the data will become unreadable.
This will ensure that if the High Museum decides to have a showing of my artwork, the original files can be printed.

In Atlanta's oldest cemetery, Oakland, I have placed my head stone
showing a KnoWell equation that uses the energy of Einstein, the force of Newton,
and the logic of Socrates to describe a moment of time.


Best wishes,