I wandered along a wall filled with various sized picture frames, something out a fun house almost, only if the silence of the museum had not brought me back to reality. Then, this piece, known as Central Park Winter, by Emil Ganso, was the first piece in the tour that caught my eye. It was so visually pleasing to me. The whimsical trees in the top half of the portion juxtaposed against the very white bottom half was my favorite part. From a far it was nothing much, but, as I neared, the painting began to pop off of the page, almost as if the painter was there, and had just stricken the canvas only a moment before. The oil painting reminded me of a painter that my parents have all around my house: Real Fournier. The picture below is one of his works, and although he clearly had a very unique style and use of colors, the way the painting felt divided and the way the paint had texture, and added visual stimulation, much like Ganso's painting. Neither picture does the painting justice which is exactly why I chose it to represent the first bullet, finding a work where the medium of the painting or sculpture stood out most to me.