The exhibit "Luis Jiménez: Prints, Drawings & Sculptures," the first solo show for the artist since his death in 2006, was almost a decade in the making. Moody Gallery owner Betty Moody and her late husband, artist Bill Steffy, were friends with Jiménez, who died in a studio accident during the construction of his 32-foot sculpture Blue Mustang. Moody had to go outside the usual channels to put together "Prints, Drawings & Sculptures." Estate issues tied up Jiménez's work for several years, and few pieces were available for loan from institutions. Moody went to private collectors for the work seen in the exhibit and put together an impressive selection of Jiménez's work. The exhibit included pieces in a variety of mediums and from various stages in the artist's career.