"Each list begins with a pair of antonyms ..."

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Antonymy Lessons

by David Knoebel

David Knoebel was born in the US in 1949 and began to draw cartoons as soon as he could push a crayon. He added words as he learned them. During the summers of his high school years, he worked at an amusement park where he discovered his love for movement, space, and light. After graduating from Yale, he attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. He moved to New York City in 1973 and had his first one man show there in 1976. Since then, his work has been seen in galleries throughout the US and in Europe.

Knoebel's web page, "Click Poetry", appeared in 1996. His work has been featured at Compuserve, About.com, Light & Dust, Zn, trAce, Cauldron & Net, Webartery, Web3D/VRML 2000, the International Computer Graphics Festival, The Poets' Place, FILE, WDAMA, and INFOS 2000.

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