The friendly, skilled bronze artist owner greeted me at the door. We got to chatting and he explained to me that his son was the architect for the building. His son had insisted on adding a few south-facing windows to the side wings of the gallery. I think his son should have tried a bit harder for a nice window on the southern end of the central space, but I guess that might not have been ideal for viewing paintings. They ought to put something on the blank wall. A large bronze relief sculpture perhaps? A bright colored sign?