I'm really proud of my show. It's not everything I imagined it could be, but it's more than I ever thought I'd get to do. Given that art is still a weekend/evening enterprise for me, I feel very fortunate to have the flexibility in my life and the family and friend support necessary to have dreamed it up and pulled it off. My wife deserves a lot of credit for backing me up, especially during the last couple of weeks before the opening. I owe Chris Gillam for helping me move the big stuff (again). And I really appreciate the support of Caitlin Bright and the others at Tapp's: they gave me rope and let me do what I wanted to do.
I'll post a few pictures I took before and on opening night. I thought the turnout was good, and I had a great time talking to those who wanted to talk. It's a really nice feeling to have others come out, look at, and appreciate what you have done.
It's still under construction, but here's a page on my art website that shows most of the pieces in the show. I neglected to take pictures of several of the pieces (including all the big ones) before I moved them -- those will be added soon. I plan to do a video tour of the show at some point before I take it all down.