What is it like to glimpse into the mind of moviemaker David Lynch? A new exhibition in Paris shows that it is every bit as twisted as a true fan could imagine. The exhibition, “The Air Is on Fire,” is the most comprehensive showing of Lynch’s visual art to date, and it includes paintings, photographs and countless doodles on Post-it notes, hotel stationery and napkins from Bob’s Big Boy diner. Some sketches date back to 61-year-old Lynch’s high school days when, oddly enough, the “Blue Velvet” and “Mulholland Drive” director worked his way toward the rank of Eagle Scout. Angela Doland reports.