Lance Richbourg Pen and Ink Illustrations at Robert Hull Fleming Museum

Louis Richbourg, The Miraculous Visitation, pen and ink, from the book "See Loves You" by Elaine Segal


Nationally-known Burlington artist Lance Richbourg will exhibit his original pen and ink illustrations for Elaine Segal's book, "See Loves You" (Simon and Shuster, 1997), at the Fleming Museum April 15 through July 18,1999. Richbourg will discuss his collaboration with segal at the exhibition's opening on Thursday, April 15 at 5:30 pm. A reception and book signing will follow. A limited number of books will be available in the Museum Store.

The story, "a curious tale concerning a miraculous intervention" is about the relationship between a young girl and her father, and how an improbable but always possible visit by the Beatles--John, Paul, George, and Ringo--could restore that relationship to its youthful affection. Richbourg's skillful pen and ink drawings beautifully interpret the emotion and excitement of the story.

Lance Richbourg is a painter whose work is represented by the OK Harris gallery in New York City. He teaches art at St. Michael's College in Colchester, VT. Elaine Segal writes and produces radio plays and commentaries for National Public Radio's "All Things Considered" and has contributed essays to national publications including "Smithsonian Magazine," "Mirabella," and the "Miami Herald." She lives in Burlington,VT.

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