Mary writes: The paragraph below is a clipping from the AU Daily e-mail sent to Auburn University employees for daily news and events on August 26, 2004. The exhibition from a private collector has one large photograph by our beloved Viggo Mortensen entitled “Scared Brigit.” The subject is three dogs with some interesting color and motion. I did not really have a chance to take time to view/study the photograph as I was working at the time but will be going back for a non-work visit. Just thought y’all should hear about it.

The Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art presents the third exhibition in the series entitled Auburn Collects. An Eclectic Aesthetic: Selections from the William Dunlop Collection is an exhibition of outsider art, photography, paintings, works on paper and chalkware objects drawn from the private collection of William Dunlop. The exhibition, which features works by modern and contemporary artists such as Diane Arbus, Nan Goldin, David Lynch, John Waters and Viggo Mortensen is on view beginning today through Nov. 14. Dunlop, an adjunct instructor in the AU Department of Art and an Auburn native, has been collecting for 27 years. For more information contact the museum at 844-1484.