Pantyhose frighten us even in their original form. But when Sean Ward assembled them into a vertical army of diseased monsters, then provided the entire wall with weapons, it was so disturbing and hysterical that we couldn't take our eyes off it. "Military Processional Relief or Maybe Perhaps the Celtic Pantheon for Christ's Sake!" was part of the Opie Gallery's Fat Monks and Baby Rabbits exhibit, made up of works by Leedy-Voulkos residents. And the rest of the show was good -- really good, actually; one of our favorites -- but Ward's enormous piece commanded the space. In fact, we would have tried to buy it if there were room anywhere to hang it. Or if we didn't think it would give us nightmares.