In 2002, I was at a STP concert at Lakewood in Atlanta.
During the concert you talked about the back streets of Little Five points.
I am a sixth generation Atlantain, and I KnoWell the streets that you talked about.
Around the same time, I read an article where you talked about the importance of the action of having thoughts.
My life was in a super state of transition, and my thoughts were reflecting back upon a car wreck that I had on 19 Jun 1977.
Due to the injuries that I received, I had a death experience.

For twenty six years, I was at peace with the memory of that night.
On 16 Sept 2003, I began to look at the events of that June night in the reverse.
That night I stumbled into abstract photography.

Over the next year, my abstract photography became the backgrounds for my thoughts.
I began working on questions that erupted 16 Sept 2003. I call this form of art Montaj.

The art developed into two terabytes of expression. My thoughts were rampant, and filled with endless questions.
My world took a turn into the surreal at a Dale Chihuly exhibit at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens called “A New Species of Art.”

During the fall of 2004, my Montaj expressions had melted my thoughts into an answer to my most pressing question,
“How could I have been in a spirit state observing the physical world.” The resulting Montaj gave me the answer.

Over the next few years, my artwork continued to develop.
The questions in my mind began to resolve in to a singular equation that uses the energy of Einstein, the force of Newton, and the logic of Socrates
to describe a moment of time at the infinite one. I call the equation the KnoWell.

With a new found confidence, on 26 Oct 2007,
I had my first real art show that was held at the Hans Godo Frabel studio and gallery.,,

Remembering your words that thoughts are important,
I began giving my art with a hand drawn KnoWell on the back to those individuals that inspired me in my creation.
This way more and more people would see the equation and thoughts would spark in their minds.
As a way to document those that have the equation,
I would get their signatures on an abstract photograph, and then I would create a Montaj marking the event.

Since most galleries want nothing to do with my work,
I went to the Atlanta High museum, measured their space, built a 3D model of the High, and placed my art on their walls.
I then made a video of a virtual walk through of the High showing how my art would look on their walls.
I took a Blu-Ray of the video to the Woodruff Arts Center,
and I told them that they really should have a showing of my work while I am alive and can sign them.

Your thoughts are most welcome,
David Noel Lynch