Exhibit at U.Va. Fine Arts Library Features Innovative Web Catalog
8, 1999 -- An exhibition of watercolors at the University
of Virginia's Fiske Kimball Fine Arts Library celebrates the creative
life of Richard C. Pullinger (1905-1998), a Philadelphia architect
and artist and U.Va. School of Architecture alumnus. The exhibit,
entitled "The Joy That Flows From My Brush," and on view until May,
features an innovative electronic catalog that uses video clips
and may be accessed via the World Wide Web.
his watercolors Pullinger captures the transitory effects of mist
and moisture, sunlight and seasonal color along the New England
website was designed by Paola Sanmiguel and Josie Pipkin of the
University Library Publications Department with narration by Jack
Robertson, Fine Arts librarian and curator of the exhibition. The
web address is http://www.lib.virginia.edu/fine-arts/Pullinger/index.html
of the catalog, with commentary on the artist and his work, are
presented in video. The exhibit is on view on the second floor of
the Fine Arts Library. Four watercolors presented to the library
as a gift by Pullinger are on permanent view on the first floor.
Jack Robertson, (804) 924-6601.