The three canvases produced for the pilot film were painted by Jaroslav “Jerry” Gebr. The paintings for the series were painted by Tom Wright, who rarely paints anymore and currently works as a TV director (The X-Files, Millennium, The Wire, NCIS). Wright began painting in oils on canvas in the first season, then switched primarily to acrylics on masonite board for the rest of the series paintings. When Night Gallery was prepared for syndication, episodes of another series, The Sixth Sense, were included in the syndication package. New introductions with Rod Serling were filmed, and the paintings for the 25 additional episodes were painted by the artist for the Gallery pilot, Jaroslav Gebr. None of these 25 extra paintings are included here.