Here are some photos of the gallery before the opening reception. Something wonderful happens between 3:45 and 4:30 each afternoon. Sunlight angles into the space, and for about 45 minutes, the pieces in the windows glow and cast (creepy) spidery shadows on the floor. The sun moves up the hanging bowls, lighting only one or two at time, while the others are in dark shadow. Finally, the light hits the back wall, briefly, makes new shadows and casts glints of color from the glass. When the sun settles down behind the building, all is back to normal.