The artists. Annie and I inadvertently both wore polkadots to the opening. (you can't really tell she is wearing polkadots in this picture cause they were small.)
We had to hang our paintings on ropes so they overlapped each other because we had more square feet of art than wall space.
The first wall you'd see as you walk in.
Floor to ceiling paintings. This wall is secretly all about that crab in the middle.
All the paintings we made on the first day hung in trees to illustrate the structure of the project.
Squeezing in every last painting, yes we hung all 728 paintings, no they were not all visible. We encouraged guests to crouch down and lift paintings to try and see all the layers.
Our carnival corner.
Hell beasts and super heroes (Tom Waits counts as both.)
Annie explaining the project.
The start of our apocalypse room.
All the ways the world could end.
Zombies! (The door was closed during the show, so that you could see Zombie Annie peeking through the window.)
So much art, it took 5 12 hour days with lots of help to hang. Thanks to all who pitched in in the effort of making and showing these paintings, we really couldn't have done it without you.